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Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management Seeking Donations For Personal Protective Equipment

The Gloucester County Office of Emergency Management is asking for donations to fulfill Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) orders to local hospitals and emergency responders.

Camden County Sheriff’s Officers Join CCPD Patrols During Pandemic

The Camden County Sheriff’s Office has begun assisting Camden County Metro Officers on patrol in Camden City in an effort to provide additional resources and personnel during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

COVID-19 Testing Sites to Open in Camden County and Cumberland County

On April 1, a COVID-19 testing site will open in Camden County at Cooper’s Poynt Park, additionally, CompleteCare in Cumberland County is now accepting calls from residents who would like to schedule an appointment to get tested.

Student Story: COVID-19 Brings Changes, Disappointments, And Revelations

Who would have thought that when we began this new decade, it would be one that none of us would ever forget. From being quarantined in our homes, to virtual learning, to not being sure if my classmates would see each other again, this has been a time that our country needs to come together more than ever.

Gov. Murphy Discusses What NJ Would Look Like Without Social Distancing, An ‘Absolute Nightmare Scenario’

Today Governor Phil Murphy held another press briefing at 2 p.m. to go over updates in New Jersey's "war against the coronavirus." Included in the briefing was a comparison between what things would look like for New Jersey's case numbers without mitigation, and what it will look like if about one-third of New Jerseyans practice social distancing.

Thousands Of Meals Delivered For Seniors, SNAP Benefits Enhanced

As continued isolation and sudden unemployment creates more concern for some about having enough to eat, officials are boosting food programs.