The New Jersey State Department of Health has informed the City of Summit of three new positive cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Summit, NJ bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 93.

The NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development is sharing Frequently Asked Questions for workers, and useful information on unemployment benefits, insurance and eligibility, paid leave, family leave and more.

Be aware that criminals are attempting to exploit COVID-19 worldwide through a variety of scams.The US Department of Justice is remaining vigilant in detecting, investigating, and prosecuting wrongdoing related to the crisis, and has established hotlines by phone at 866-720-5721 or email to combat COVID-19 coronavirus fraud, as well as acts of hoarding and price gouging. For more information:

Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 122 on Thursday, April 9, ceasing all non-essential construction projects and imposing additional mitigation requirements on essential retail businesses and essential industries to limit the spread of COVID-19 in New Jersey. The order also outlines specific protections and policies for all essential retail, manufacturing, and warehousing businesses, as well as businesses engaged in essential construction projects. For guidance from the City of Summit municipal construction officials go to:

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