State law appears to say no, but the Montclair school district did in January.
COVID spread rapidly through nursing homes starting in March 2020, and deaths there account for nearly 30% of all COVID-related deaths in New Jersey.
Montclair State University will stop permitting religious exemptions for those living on campus in the summer.
The testing will be offered from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Montclair Municipal Building at 205 Claremont Ave., on the first floor, in the Township Council chamber.
Montclair has ceased posting its COVID-19 cases and fatalities to its website and social media. The township’s last posting was on Friday, March 4, when cases rose by three, reflecting […]
New coronavirus case numbers have been coming down.
John McDonald says he believes it’s the right action at this time.
Students returned to school after winter break with no in-class testing taking place.
New coronavirus cases have ticked down over the last few weeks, but are still way up compared to a few months ago.
The struggle has even prompted some people to volunteer their time to help businesses get through staff outages.
“I felt terrible about it,” Burgi said.
Mike Guerriero of Guerriero Gelato says the Township Council has been out of touch when Montclair businesses need its help the most.
Mike Guerriero, owner of Guerriero’s Gelato, and Rachel Wyman, owner of Montclair Bread Company, say they want to see more support from local officials as they’re overwhelmed by constant staff exposures to coronavirus.
Montclair Bread Company closed for the first week of January due to staff shortages amid the coronavirus surge.