NP COVID19 Updates:

Update from Mayor Al Morgan

Wednesday  5/13  6:30pm


146 Total Cases

46  Recovered

26 Deaths



Long Term Care (LTC):


Lantern Hill Independent Living-

9 Positive Cases

3 Deaths


Lantern Hill LTC-

17 Positive Cases

9 Deaths


Spring Grove LTC-

41 Positive Cases

8 Deaths


Total LTC Cases: 67

Total LTC Deaths: 20


Total NP Cases w/o LTC: 79

Total NP Recovered w/o LTC: 46

Current NP Active Cases w/o LTC: 27

Total NP Deaths w/o LTC: 6



4 New Cases (3 LTC and 1 non-LTC)

0 New Deaths


Please keep our lost, afflicted, and their families in your thoughts and prayers. Please put a light in your window to help light up our nights in support, remembrance, and in solidarity in our fight against COVID-19. We will continue to keep you updated as we receive confirmed information.


Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 142 today permitting non-essential construction, curbside pick-up at non-essential retail businesses, and car gatherings for the purpose of drive-through and drive-in events. The construction and non-essential retail provisions will take effect 6:00am Monday, May 18th, while the car gatherings provision will take effect immediately.


Executive Order 142:

Our FEED TO GIVE Chicken event was a huge success this morning! Over 200 families in our community were able to purchase affordable fresh-from-the-farm chicken breasts while helping to raise $1300 for a good cause helping our community. A win-win all around! We plan to run this great event again in 3 weeks on June 3rd. Information will be forthcoming. This next event may also include different cuts of chicken options and possibly also farm fresh vegetables. We are really looking forward to it. Thank you to the former Mayor of Bernards Township and now current President of Bernards Township Chamber of Commerce Al LiCata for helping us bring this great initiative to our community. Thank you to all who helped, volunteered, and participated. We look forward to our next event on Wednesday June 3rd.


Please stay strong, and keep positive. We will get through this together! Pioneer Strong!

-Mayor Al Morgan

New Providence