As our nation continues efforts to mitigate both the spread and impact of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, I am committed to providing you with as much information and as many resources as possible to keep your family healthy and secure during, and in the immediate aftermath of this crisis. While I’m working on legislation that will provide resources for families hit by layoffs or other coronavirus-related challenges, I’m also working with state and federal leaders to get New Jersey every tool it needs to see us through this.

Below you’ll find a variety of resources and information. Please continue to check back here for updates. 


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Operating Status for the Offices of Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman

Following guidance from the Committee on House Administration and the House Sergeant at Arms, my office is implementing social distancing measures in the interest of everyone’s health. Our offices in Washington and in Ewing are closed and staff are teleworking remotely — scheduled meetings will be transitioned to conference calls and all assistance will be provided digitally or via phone. Please leave your name, phone number and email address when you call and leave a voicemail, and my staff will be back in touch as quickly as possible — Washington DC: 202.225.5801 Ewing, NJ: 609.883.0026. For a faster response, reach out to my team electronically,  here.










General Questions about COVID-19? Call the Public Hotline: 2-1-1

Trained professionals are standing by to answer your call 24/7 or visit nj.gov/health

NOTE: Hotline is not to locate testing, to get test results, or for medical advice.

 

¿Tiene preguntas sobre COVID-19? Llame la línea pública: 2-11

Profesionales con entrenamiento están preparados responder sus preguntas 24/7, o visite nj.gov/health

NOTA: la línea no es para localizar locaciones para pruebas, para recibir sus resultados, o para recibir ayuda médica.


Latest Updates

5/22/2020

Governor Murphy lifted the limit on outdoor gatherings from 10 to 25 individuals. Indoor gatherings must remain limited to 10 individuals. Capacity will also be raised to 25 individuals for charter and fishing boats, outdoor batting cages, driving ranges, other outdoor recreational businesses.
Recreational campgrounds - both public and private are allowed to reopen, effective immediately
Social distancing must still be adhered to.




For previous updates, click here.


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