NJ Pen Weekly Recap: Coronavirus Impact and Resources, Pennsauken Shooting, Cherry Hill Storage Unit Fire

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State- and local-level response to the pandemic, a Philadelphia researcher’s national survey on COVID-19, and accounts from Italy by a Collingswood resident who traveled there during the outbreak.

NJ Pen Running List of Coronavirus Shutdowns, Resources, Recommendations, Coverage

Coronavirus Update: Murphy Orders New Jerseyans to ‘Stay at Home Until Further Notice,’ Shutters Non-Essential Businesses, as COVID-19 Cases Break 1,300

Coronavirus Testing: ‘Presumed Positive’ is Confirmed Positive, as CDC Defers to State Labs on Testing

From Italy to New Jersey, a First-Hand Account of Coronavirus

Philadelphia Health Researcher Launches National Coronavirus Survey; Here’s How to Participate

Coronavirus Update: 2 More Dead, Cases Approach 900; Murphy Could ‘Tighten Screws on Social Distancing’ Tomorrow

Coronavirus Update: 742 Cases, 14 in Camden County, 9 Total Deaths; Murphy Orders Salons & Clubs Closed, Suspends Foreclosures and Evictions

Pennsauken Man Charged with Attempted Murder in Shooting

Cherry Hill Fire Department Knocks Down Storage Unit Fire

Coronavirus Update: 742 Cases, 14 in Camden County, 9 Total Deaths; Murphy Orders Salons & Clubs Closed, Suspends Foreclosures and Evictions

Coronavirus Update: State Adds Beds, Nurses as Cases Climb; Seeks Federal Block Grants for Financial Relief

Coronavirus Update: Murphy Mobilizes Nat’l Guard, ‘Strongly Discourages’ Non-Essential Travel, CamCo Tracks 3rd COVID-19 Case

Pharmacy Manager: Customer Tried to Bribe Driver, Cashier for Toilet Paper

Coronavirus Update: Four New Cases in Camden County, Eight in Total

Haddon Twp. Woman 3rd Presumptive Positive Coronavirus Case, Results Awaited on a Fourth

Second Presumptive Positive Coronavirus Case in Camden County, First Patient Recovered

Small businesses: the New Jersey Economic Development Authority has just been authorized by legislation to provide…

Posted by NJ Pen on Saturday, March 21, 2020

The U.S. Small Business Administration has established a disaster relief portal for businesses that have been affected by a COVID-19-related closure. See here for details.

Posted by NJ Pen on Thursday, March 19, 2020

Comcast is opening up its Xfinity WiFi hotspots to everyone during the COVID-19 outbreak and offering its Internet…

Posted by NJ Pen on Wednesday, March 18, 2020

During the COVID-19-related library closures, the Camden County Library System is offering residents a free month of…

Posted by NJ Pen on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

PATCO service changes are slated to take effect Tuesday, March 17 and weekdays thereafter.6 a.m. to 9 a.m. – Trains…

Posted by NJ Pen on Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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