COVID-19 Weekly Update
The Town of Boonton COVID 19 Update as of July 15, 2021 at 3:15pm
Total: 862 Average: 39.9 Median: 39 Male: 425 Female: 437 Age Range: 4 months – 91 years old Negative: 1,458 Deaths: 5
New positive tests in the past week (7-8-21 through 7-15-21): 1 New positive tests in the past four weeks (6-17-21 through 7-15-21): 2
Morris County: 42,217 (as of 7/15/2021) New Jersey: 896,566 (as of 7/15/2021) United States: 33,797,400 (as of 7/15/2021)
**Due to guidance from health officials, the Town is reporting community cases separately from the cases in the long term care facility outbreak. The current Town of Boonton case number of 862, are community cases who are recovering at this time and are receiving treatment as necessary. The number listed for the long term care facility are cases that are associated with an outbreak isolated to a long-term care facility in the Town of Boonton. The case number reflects a cumulative total of all community member cases regardless of case status. This includes individuals who are no longer experiencing symptoms of the virus.
Please note: Federal and state law strictly prohibits the release to the public of private health information of any individual, including the name, address or any other identifying information specific to those who test positive for COVID-19. The Town of Boonton maintains compliance with all applicable local, county, state and federal regulations.
Tests, Vaccines, Health & Safety Best Practices
Vaccine registration assistance hotline: 855-568-0545 Morris County vaccine call center: 973-829-8250
State of New Jersey 75 and Older Call Center: 856-249-7007 Walmart Pharmacy: 973-299-0944
Homebound Residents: Visit covid19.nj.gov/homeboundvax OR Call 855-568-0545
Vaccine Registration Instructional Flyer / Como Registrarse Para la Vacuna Contra el COVID-19 PLEASE SHARE WITH ANYONE WHO NEEDS HELP WITH VACCINE REGISTRATION
Executive Orders, DOH Directives, and Other Civic Updates for NJ Residents
May 3rd, 2021: Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order 238 Announcing an Additional Easing of Restrictions, Including the Removal of All Percentage Capacity Limits for Indoor and Outdoor Businesses, a Lifting of the Prohibition on Indoor Bar Seating, and an End to the Outdoor Gathering Limit
May 26th, 2021: Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order 243 Rescinding the Requirement that Businesses and Non-Profits Accommodate Telework Arrangements for their Workforce to the Maximum Extent Practicable and Reduce their On-Site Staff to the Minimum Number Necessary for their Operations