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VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD COVID-19 CASES UPDATE 5/12/2020

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, according to Village of Ridgewood Mayor Ramon Hache  this is the latest update on coronavirus cases in Ridgewood  is as follows :

The most recent numbers in RIDGEWOOD are as follows:

Positive: 328
Negative: 655
Deaths: 34 (27 in Long Term Care)
Bergen County:
Positive: 17,091
Deaths: 1,388

BUSINESSES:
No update
VILLAGE DEPARTMENTS
Police: Still trying to work with the public schools to come up with some sort of virtual graduation and promotional ceremonies for the students since the ideas proposed originally are or consistent with the guidance from the State.Please continue to do your part in working together to contain and prevent the spread of the virus by adhering to proper social distancing practices, washing hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, and staying home especially if you feel sick. Be well, stay safe, and encourage others to do the same.

7 thoughts on “VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD COVID-19 CASES UPDATE 5/12/2020

  1. So when are the garbagemen going to be brave enough to venture back into our backyards?

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  2. It has nothing to do with being brave. They’re shorthanded.

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  3. So everyone is home and not at work. Yet they are still too lazy to retrieve their cans from the curbs. Imagine what a shithole this place would be if there was curbside pickup and all the residents actually went to work. soooooooooooooo lazy/
    PUT YOUR CANS BACK IN YOUR BACKYARD AFTER PICKUP. the place looks like a shithole

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  4. The cans are staying on the curb for another 30 days. The governor extended the emergency and the story. Stop being lazy and pull your cans back into your backyard. And Pooli a silver spoon out of your ass.

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  5. So what is it?
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    Shorthanded?
    COVID-19 (the gov extended for 30 days)?
    Laziness?
    What?
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    Get your story straight and let us know so we can all nod in agreement and obey blindly.
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  6. The governor extended 30 more days. It’s all online for everyone to read. So since Sanitation is extremely heavy at this period of time . All cans will remain on the curb. It’s actually working out to be pretty good. Just that some people are so damn lazy they don’t want to bring their sanitation back to the backyard. But yet they have to bring yard waste can and recycling cans to the backyard I don’t get it. It’s all bullshit stop crying.

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  7. Wait until they start Furloughing employees. This summer. The cans will stay on the curb for June July August.

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