Mayor's COVID-19 Video, Testing Update, and Info on a Virtual Town Hall for Victims & Survivors
Montgomery Township Mayor Sadaf Jaffer's weekly video message about COVID-19 and latest developments in the community. In addition to the updates, this week the mayor interviews Montgomery residents Jai and Marissa Narula – organizers of “Meals for Heroe,” an initiative supporting local health care workers.
Two options for getting tested for COVID-19.
"We have had quite a few residents of Hillsborough and some from Montgomery Township come for Covid-19 testing," says Barbara Helmlinger of Brunswick Urgent Care. "We have drive-thru testing."
"I realize RVCC is offering it now but a prescription is needed," Helmlinger says. "I wanted to suggest if people just want to be tested and don’t have a prescription, that we are available. They must preregister over the phone and we do drive thru testing Monday-Saturday."
Brunswick Urgent Care
3185 Route 27
Franklin Park, NJ 08823
The Hunterdon and Somerset COVID-19 drive-thru test clinic will be open Monday, April 20; Wednesday, April 22; and Friday, April 24. Montgomery and Rocky Hill residents can make an appointment for the new drive-thru test center, located at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, by registering at: somerset-hunterdon.adlabscovidtest.com. Those without access to a computer can call 908.237.7150. Click here for more information
Montgomery and Rocky Hill COVID-19 Cases
As of 9 am today, April 19:
NJ cases: 85,301
NJ deaths: 4,202
Somerset County cases: 2,385
Somerset County deaths: 158
Montgomery cases: 62
Montgomery deaths: 1
Rocky Hill cases: 6
Age Ranges of Cases in Montgomery & Rocky Hill:
Virtual COVID-19 Town Hall
New Jersey Attorney General Grewal will present a COVID-19 virtual town hall on services available to victims and survivors of the coronavirus on Wednesday, April 22 from 12 pm to 1 pm. See flyer for details. Click here to register.