IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
CALL - (General COVID-19 Questions)
CALL - (Medical COVID-19 Questions)
CALL - BCDHS Health & Safety Hotline: 201-225-7000
(after hrs &weekends: 201-785-8505)
CALL - MENTAL HEALTH HOTLINE - 877-294-HELP (4357)
TEXT - NJCOVID to 898-211
to receive alerts
CALL - URGENT CARE AT HOME
- 201-882-7527 Valley Health System and DispatchHealth offer on-demand urgent care in the comfort of your home
CALL - NJ Children's System of Care - 877-652-7624
(mental health support for children up to age 21)
DOMESTIC ABUSE HELP
- If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, Center for Hope and Safety will help. Call their hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 201-944-9600. If you can't speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org
or text LOVEIS
BC Division of Alternatives to Domestic Violence 24-hour
Crisis Hotline: 201-336-7575
COVID-19 NUMBERS # TRACKER - View the current number of cases in the township, county and state
BERGEN COUNTY COVID-19 RELATED SITES
BERGEN COUNTY PROSECUTORS OFFICE - 5/31 - BE AWARE MOST RECENT ROUND OF STIMULUS MONEY
IS DELIVERED ON A DEBIT CARD - KEEP AN EYE OUT IN THE MAIL - Click here
for the full notice.
BERGEN COUNTY - CORONAVIRUS COVID-19
BERGEN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES
BERGEN COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH & COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCES ACCESSIBLE DURING COVID-19(pdf)
NJ STATE GOVERNMENT COVID-19 RELATED SITES
TRAVEL ADISORY ISSUED - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS
Make Sure You Get Your $1,200 Federal Stimulus Check - Use the IRS Non-Filers Tool For all U.S. Citizens making less than $12,200 individually or $24,400 if filing jointly in 2019 - click here
GOV MURPHY'S LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS - view here
GOV. MURPHY UNVEILS MULTI STAGE APPROACH TO EXECUTE RESTART OF NJ'S ECONOMY
- view the stages of that plan in a graphic here
NJ STATE WEBSITE DEDICATED TO COVID-19
Visit the state's site
to answers any questions you may have on the current situation and to view the current data.
NJ DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH - COVID-19
NJ EXECUTIVE ORDERS
NJ DEP / PARKS AND FORESTS
NJ DOH - F.A.Q.'S about ANIMAL HEALTH Issues During COVID-19 Pandemic
NJ DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS
N.J DOH & N.J. Hospital Association PSA Aimed at Reassuring Public on Hospital Safety Amid COVID-19
- Report price gouging and info on healthcare worker license reactivation.
- NJ MVC
- 7/09/20 - NJMVC Further Extends Driver License, Registration, and Inspection Expiration Dates Due to COVID-19. License, registration, & inspection expiration dates have been further extended. Driver licenses/IDs, vehicle registrations, inspections, & temp tags expiring March-May now extended to Sept. 30. Those expiring June-August are extended to Dec. 31. See NJMVC.gov
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COVID-19 SITES
CDC - CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES AVAILABLE ONLINE
stay updated during the COVID-19 pandemic
US DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS RE COVID-19
US SMALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
COVID-19 TEST SITE LOCATION INFORMATION
BERGEN COUNTY COVID-19 Drive-Thru Test Site
- Effective Tuesday, May 5
, exhibiting symptoms is no longer a prerequisite to receive a COVID-19 test at the County of Bergen’s testing site at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center.
All testing requires a physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant order or you need to be evaluated by one of our telehealth providers and are only accepted from the Bergen New Bridge Medical Centers Telehealth Network.
LIST OF NJ STATE TESTING CENTERS - click here - Effective Sunday, May 3, 2020
The Bergen New Bridge location is the only Bergen County testing site that uses the Rutgers developed saliva test.
Screening and telehealth appointments are still required and can be arranged from the asymptomatic screening survey found at https://www.newbridgehealth.org/bergen-covid19-screening/. The Medical Center also offers COVID-19 antibody testing. All tests ordered exclusively through the Medical Center’s telehealth network via www.newbridgehealth.org.
, exhibiting symptoms is no longer a prerequisite for testing. However, the highest priority
for testing will be given to health care workers and workers in congregate living settings, and symptomatic first responders, as well as to asymptomatic NJ residents who have been in close contact with someone else who has tested positive.
MOBILE TESTING DATES -
the County of Bergen in partnership with Bergen New Bridge Medical Center will is offering mobile testing for symptomatic and asymptomatic residents in several communities throughout Bergen County. No appointment is necessary to receive testing for COVID-19 and the COVID-19 antibody test. Please visit here
for a list of all test sites and further information.
COVID-19 MASS TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION
NJ TRANSIT IS RUNNING SPECIAL “ESSENTIAL SERVICE” TO ADD CAPACITY AND IMPROVE SOCIAL DISTANCTING FOR ESSENTIAL TRAVEL - view new bus schedule here
NJ TRANSIT - ALL RIDERS must WEAR a face covering. Customers should be using NJ TRANSIT Services for ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ONLY. Click here for more info.
NJ TRANSIT RAIL AND LIGHT RAIL RESUMES FULL WEEKDAY SERVICE ON JULY 6th Beginning Monday, July 6th, NJ TRANSIT will operate full weekday service for rail and light rail providing added capacity to improve distancing on board vehicles, which aligns with “The Road Back”, New Jersey’s roadmap for restoring economic health through public health. Bus service has been operating on a regular weekday schedule since Monday, June 8. For more information please see below or by clicking here.
NJ DEPARTMENT OF LABOR COVID-19 INFORMATION
New! DEPT. OF LABOR WEB PORTAL -
allows New Jersey residents to contact the Dept of Labor directly.
COVID-19 SCENARIOS & BENEFITS AVAILABLE / ESP
NJ WORKERS F.A.Q.'S
SELF EMPLOYED APPLICATION GUIDANCE
SELF EMPLOYED FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
COVID-19 NJ BUSINESS INFORMATION
COVID-19 Resources for Business flyer
(Click each box on the flyer for info)
COVID-19/Coronavirus Information for New Jersey Businesses
UTILITY COMPANY COVID-19 INFORMATION
ALL WATER PROVIDERS ASKED TO SUSPEND SHUT-OFFS DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK? - please read
VERIZON NOTICE RE COVID-19 AND SERVICE SHUT OFF
- please read
Warns Another Side Effect of the Virus - Click here
Reminds Residents to Scrutinize ID of All Utility Workers During Covid-19 Health Crisis - Click here
for full press release
COUNTY ANNOUNCES GRANT PROGRAMS TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL RELIEF FOR MUNICIPALTIES & SMALL BUSINESSES IMPACTED BY COVID-19 PANDEMIC- view details here