There are currently 8 new reported active cases of COVID-19 in New Providence.
- 8 New Reported Cases:
- 5 Adults non-LTC
- 3 Children
- 6 New Recovered Cases
- 8 Total Current Active Cases (all non-LTC)
New Providence has had a total of 706 reported positive cases since Jan 1st :
• 2020 – 441 Cases
• 2021 – 1004 Cases
• 2022 – 706 Cases
- Jan – 646 Cases
- Feb – 48 Cases
- Mar – 12 Cases
For our current case statistics please visit https://www.newprov.org/case-statistics/
According to the CDC COVID-19 County Tracker,Union County, New Jersey community level is LOW: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/covid-by-county.html
Union County Rental Assistance Program:
Emergency Food Distribution Events:
If you need food assistance now, please call the Union County Human Services Action Line at 888-845-3434.
Union County testing locations: https://ucnj.org/covid19/testing/covid19testing/
NJ testing locations:
Free At Home COVID-19 Test Kits are available for NJ residents:
Free Public COVID-19 Testing and Treatment information:
Home Testing Self Reporting Information:
Local vaccine, booster and testing information:
You can also text your zip code to 438829 or call 1-800-232-0233 to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you.
NJ COVID-19 Information Hub:
NJ Parent Information Links:
For medical information related to COVID please call the NJPIES Call Center:
General information about COVID-19 is available through the New Jersey Department of Health at nj.gov/health and the CDC.gov.
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center updates, trends, and information:
The State Public Health Emergency has been lifted by the Governor. Unless the Public Health Emergency is reinstated, or we see a spike or an uptick in cases, we are tentatively suspending weekly reports, but we are continuing to monitor the situation closely and will keep you informed of any changes. In the meantime, you can follow Covid19 case information and vaccinated residents on the State of New Jersey dashboard at: Covid19.NJ.Gov
You can follow NJ Case Statistics by region at:
Please keep our lost, afflicted, their loved ones, all our first responders, our essential workers, and everyone on the forefront and affected by this pandemic in your thoughts and prayers. We wish all a speedy recovery.
Be safe, keep well, and stay Pioneer Strong!
– Mayor Al Morgan