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September 28, 2020 12:02 PM

Voting Instructions 2020 General Election

ELECTION DAY IS NOVEMBER 3, 2020

ALL REGISTERED VOTERS WILL RECEIVE MAIL IN BALLOTS.

After Voting, you may return your ballot:

• US Mail

• At the Polling Location - Boonton High School Gymnasium – 6:00 am – 8:00 pm

• Ballot Drop Boxes: Montville OR...

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March 20, 2020 9:05 AM

Daily COVID-19 Tracker

Please visit Boonton's COVID-19 web page (link below) for more information on COVID-19 and what you can do to remain healthy and safe during this pandemic.

Latest Update:

September 28, 2020 3:00 PM

Town of Boonton

COVID 19 Updated 2:30pm, September 28, 2020
There have been 92 confirmed cases of COVID -19 in the Town of Boonton

Town of Boonton: 92 (as of 2:30pm, 9-28-20)
Male 40
Female 52
Mean (average) Age 46.5 years
Median Age 47 years
Range 19 – 91

New Positive tests in past week (9-21-2020 through 9-28-2020): 1
New Positive tests in past four weeks (8-31-2020 through 9-28-2020): 7

COVID-19 Related Deaths 1
Negative Test Results 1,013

Long-Term Care Outbreak:
Cases 38
Deaths 24
Morris County: 7,860 (as of 1:00pm – 9/28/2020)
New Jersey: 203,548 (as of 1:00pm – 9/28/2020)
United States: 7,095,422 (as of 9/28/2020)

**Due to the new guidance change, the Town is now reporting community cases separately from the cases in the long term care facility outbreak. The current Town of Boonton case number of 92, 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. This will account for the decrease in cases seen in the Town of Boonton total. 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.