Trenton N.J. – Mayor Gusciora is announcing today that the City of Trenton has had its first confirmed case of COVID-19.
The 48-year-old female has been under self-quarantine since being tested on March 11th.
“We’ve been preparing for weeks now,” asserted Trenton’s executive Gusciora. “We knew that the Capital City would not be an exception. The time is now for every single Trentonian to call their neighbors, check on one another, and practice isolating themselves as best they can.”
Mayor Gusciora declared a proactive State of Emergency on March 14th, and City officials have been in contact with County, State, Federal, and private stakeholders since last month.
More details will be released as the City gathers information.
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