Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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

Connie Mercer of HomeFront: no one anticipated a crisis like this

"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."

A message from Patricia Hart, executive director of Womanspace

"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."

740 cases, 19 deaths in Mercer County: April 6 update

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

Trenton Health Team initiates #WhyILikeTrenton 2020 photo contest

Trenton Health Team is inviting Instagram users to share original photos showcasing Trenton's "community, courage and caring for one another" as residents confront the threat of covid-19

Princeton announces 1st Covid-19 related death, 53 new cases in Mercer County

County count rises to 386 cases (4 deaths) as state tallies 25,590 with 537 deaths

What Mercer-area hospitals want you to know before you donate

Each Trenton-area hospital has rules and requests to ensure donations wind up in the correct hands and don’t inadvertently hinder workers’ ability to do their jobs.

3 Mercer towns to provide drug, approved for COVID-19 treatment, at no cost

Greenhill Pharmacy in East Windsor has partnered with the townships of East Windsor, Robbinsville and Hamilton to provide Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate to treat patients suffering from COVID-19 at no cost starting tomorrow.

Guide to municipal news and Covid-19 updates during the crisis

A summary of all the municipal websites and social media feeds where residents can get up-to-date (or not so up-to-date) information on the Covid-19 crisis

Hamilton Township reports first death attributed to COVID-19

Hamilton Township announced April 1 that the first township resident has died from the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. The resident was a 63-year-old man.