NPCOVID19 12/13/20 Sunday Update from Mayor Al Morgan:


I hope everyone enjoyed the weekend. We have 2 new Covid-19 cases in our community reported to us from the Board of Health, and 2 recoveries. Our current total active cases in New Providence remains at 42 (37 non-LTC cases and 5 LTC cases).

Here is a breakdown of our current cases:

  • 2 New Adult Cases
  • 2 Recovered
  • 37 Total Active non-LTC Cases
  • 5 Total Active LTC Cases

We wish all a speedy recovery! Please keep our lost, afflicted, their families, all of our dedicated first responders, emergency management, medical personnel, and essential workers in your thoughts and prayers.

We will continue to keep you updated as we receive confirmed information.   New Providence has had a total of 163 positive COVID-19 cases since October 1st.

The most recent NPCOVID19 case statistics for the borough can be found on the borough website at:

Please continue to follow all CDC safety protocols outlined here:


If you are not feeling well, stay home, self isolate, call your doctor, and get tested. The only definitive way to know if you have COVID-19 is by getting tested. Testing is available at numerous local locations. Free testing is also a available to all Union County residents who wish to be tested, whether or not experiencing symptoms. It is free of charge, regardless of whether you have insurance or not. Kean University is open for testing Monday-Wednesday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm and Thursdays 9:00am-2:30pm by appointment. Additionally, check the Union County COVID-19 website for the location of walk-up locations throughout the county. For additional information about testing and locations, please call 908-518-4307 or visit

NJ COVID-19 Vaccine Information:

Additional resources and information are available to our residents on the New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub at, and on our New Providence Borough website under the COVID-19 tab at

Happy Hanukkah to our families, friends, and neighbors who celebrate!

Thank you again to our New Providence Volunteer Fire Department for bringing so much holiday cheer to our neighborhoods this weekend.

Be safe, keep well, and stay strong. We will get through this. Pioneer Strong!

– Mayor Al Morgan

New Providence