Paramus NJ,New Jersey’s Community Based Testing Sites located at Bergen Community College and PNC Bank Arts Center will expand access to testing for COVID-19. The two testing locations, established in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will be open to asymptomatic New Jersey residents. In addition to continued testing for symptomatic residents, testing will be prioritized for asymptomatic health care workers and first responders, personnel in congregate living settings, and New Jersey residents who have been in close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Paramus NJ, effective Wednesday April 22nd, until further notice, COVID-19 testing at Bergen and Monmouth sites will now conduct testing on any New Jersey resident, regardless of symptom status. There is no longer a requirement that persons must be symptomatic prior to testing.
Members of the New Jersey EMS Task Force were throughout the state Saturday to support local, state and national partners in the fight against COVID-19.
New Jersey EMS Task Force teams served in logistics positions Saturday at MetLife Stadium where the second wave of a FEMA deployment of 100 additional ambulances and 450 EMTs and Paramedics began arriving. New Jersey EMS Task Force members spent the day working side-by-side with members of the NJ Department of Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services, FEMA, American Medical Response and the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.
Ridgewood NJ, When not at Ridgewood Emergency Services as its Public Information Officer, Bob Krane is a State Staging Officer and Logistics Support member of the NJ EMS Task Force and a member of the Bergen County EMS Special Operations Group. Bob has been volunteering at the Bergen County Corvid19 Testing site in Paramus. It’s “all hands on deck” said Krane.
Members of the NJ EMS Task Force Thursday continued to support local, state and national partners at mobile COVID-19 testing sites at Bergen Community College and the PNC Bank Arts Center.
Trenton NJ, The New Jersey State Police Troop “D” Criminal Investigation Office is proud to announce that Mr. Red and Mr. Yellow M&M were located unharmed.
Both Red and Yellow were reunited with their twin siblings at the PNC Bank Arts Center on September 01, 2018, after going missing on Monday, August 20.
The Troop “D” Criminal Investigation Office would like to thank all of those who called with leads, Live Nation, the PNC Bank Arts Center, and M&M Mars Corporation for their assistance with this case.
The collaborative effort resulted in resolving the investigation without the need for an arrest—a very sweet conclusion.
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