More residents have now tested positive for coronavirus in Trenton than any other municipality in Mercer County, according to figures released by the county today
"Before Covid-19, the average age of our volunteer was 65 and older. Think about it, who has time to deliver meals from 10 a.m. to noon?"
Mercer County has closed all Covid-19 test sites — including a walk-up site in Trenton and the drive-up site at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence — today, Monday April 13, due to high-wind warnings from the National Weather Service
State also reporting that University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro is currently diverting critical care patients due to high patient volume
The health center is currently not providing in-office visits besides services that cannot be done remotely
Robbinsville Township and Central Jersey Urgent Care have partnered to make the township municipal building parking lot available for Covid-19 testing starting Thursday
Mercer County starts providing local Covid-19 data — Hamilton, Trenton, East Windsor have most cases
No breakdown on county's 24 deaths, but finally some information on how coronavirus has impacted individual towns in the county
"We are navigating uncharted waters. Despite my decades of working with families living in poverty, even I am struggling to comprehend the enormity of the crisis gripping our community and the work that lies ahead."
"At Womanspace, our big concern is that as the country shuts down and we are on a "stay at home" order from our Governor, the danger for victims of domestic and sexual violence becomes more acute."
Mercer County had 654 positive cases as of Sunday, 586 as of Saturday and 484 cases as of Friday. However, the case count has nearly tripled since last Monday, when there were 249 positive test results and one death reported for Mercer County