Montclair awaits “update booster” instruction
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Union leaders say they have not yet been consulted.
The state requirement ends in a month to give local officials time to decide.
Many Montclair business owners say customers are giving them little or no trouble about wearing masks in their establishments, required until March 31 in the township.
The omicron variant of COVID-19 has made scheduling a juggling act for Montclair athletics directors this winter.
Some neighboring districts, including East Orange, have switched to remote instruction
Sharon Egan, owner of the establishment, said surviving one major challenge strengthened the pub for the next.
As many relax, those with some health conditions remain particularly fearful of contracting the coronavirus, knowing they’re among the most vulnerable to its effects and potentially the least protected by inoculation.
Students will be automatically set up with virtual learning.
When Montclair parents and physicians Rachel Rosenberg and Khalil Savary heard that they had a shot at getting their children, 6 and 3 years old, vaccinated through a vaccine trial at Rutgers in New Brunswick, they jumped at the chance.
A new mural has been added to Montclair’s streetscape as a tribute to those lost to COVID-19.
The campus community created a luminaria display of words of remembrance.