The New Jersey State Department of Health has informed the City of Summit of two new cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Summit, NJ, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 192.
Of the total confirmed positive cases, the Westfield Regional Health Department reports:
• Ages range from 3 years to 100 years
• 20 patients are hospitalized
• 45 have self-reported recoveries
• 16 are deceased (eight fatalities are associated with long-term care)
Additional statistics are available at https://www.cityofsummit.org/coronavirus.
The primary election originally scheduled for Tuesday, June 2 has been rescheduled and will now be held on Tuesday, July 7. This includes primaries for President, the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, the 25th District of the New Jersey Legislature, and county and municipal elections, as well as county committee elections.
This will primarily be a vote-by-mail election, however the State will ensure that a limited number of in-person polling places each county will be open to ensure that everyone can exercise their right to vote.
All registered Democratic and Republican voters will automatically receive a postage-paid vote-by-mail ballot. All unaffiliated and inactive voters will automatically receive a postage-paid vote-by-mail ballot application.
For more information, visit the New Jersey Division of Elections https://nj.gov/state/elections/index.shtml
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