Posted Wednesday, October 14th, 2020
The Morris County Freeholders today reported that the rate of COVID-19 cases in the county remained consistent with the rest of New Jersey, which reported an uptick of cases.
The data, discussed at a regular freeholder meeting tonight, continued to show cases well below the devastating high in April, while a statewide increase has been reported. Scott DiGiralomo, Director of Morris County’s Department of Law and Public Safety, said his office has seen the number of cases go up, but not significantly, suggesting it may be related to school openings.
He and the freeholders said the county remains vigilant and poised to assist the community should there be any resurgence of the virus.