• STILL NO NUMBERS TO REPORT
Unfortunately, there are still no numbers to report and we hope to be able to get back to updating you shortly.
• 14 DAY QUARANTINE – NOW INCLUDES 31 STATES (as of July 21st)
o As we soon head into the weekend, if you traveled or plan to travel to any of the following states, then you need to quarantine for 14 days when you return back to Newark.
• CONTACTING GOV. PHIL MURPHY
Please continue to reach out to Gov. Murphy on behalf of Newark residents – in support of my request for passengers arriving at Newark Liberty International Airport from the high risk states – to have their temperatures checked when landing, be quarantined, and to fill out forms for contact tracing.
To submit a letter online, please go to: WWW.STATE.NJ.US/GOVERNOR/CONTACT/
Or call 609-292-6000
• CDC UPDATE
CDC recently updated criteria for non-health care setting or home isolation of individuals with symptoms timeframe. The new recommendation is “At least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and at least 24 hours (1 day) have passed since last fever without the use of fever reducing medications and symptoms have improved.”
For more information:
Get involved. Let’s all use our power – individually and collectively.
We have the #MaskUpNewarkChallenge on Instagram where we are giving away $1000 to the best Masked-Up dance group.
You can still send your #MaskUpNewark selfies to us to be included in our social media campaign (MASKUPNEWARK@NEWARKNJ.GOV)
And you can share all of the information! Urge everyone you know to wear their masks.
• POP-UP TESTING AND CENSUS LOCATIONS (3:30-8PM):
Getting tested is easy and it’s FREE. Come out and learn your status.
Today, we’re at Bloomfield Ave and Garside St. until 8PM.
Tomorrow, July 24th –
George Washington Carver Elementary School Playground (333 Clinton Place)
Monday, July 27th –
King’s Family Restaurant (557 Clinton Avenue)
Wednesday, July 29th –
Science High School (260 Norfolk Street)
Friday, July 31st –
JFK Recreational Center (211 West Kinney Street)
More pop-up sites will be added soon in the areas where our numbers are the highest.
We are currently 44.8% counted.
We are counting on you to make sure Newark is counted!
Call 844-330-2020 for English, 844-468-2020 for Spanish, 844-474-2020 for Portuguese, 844-477-2020 for Creole.
• FOOD RELIEF PROGRAM
To date, we have served more than 900,384 meals.
The next delivery will be next Wednesday so if you need food or know someone who does, please let us know by putting your information in the comments or by sending us a message with your address.
• UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENTS
This Sunday, July 26th – Newark commemorates the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilties Act
• Our ADA 30 virtual event – in collaboration with Eyes Like Mine – will be held at 1:30PM, Live on our Facebook Page
Thursday, July 30th at 7PM – Virtual Community Meeting: West Ward Neighborhood Development
• Meet the minority and women small developers turning decrepit buildings and vacant lots into desirable housing.
• So tune in a week from today, July 30th at 7PM here on our City of Newark Facebook Page
• COMMUNITY CLEAN UP
This Saturday – July 25th – South Ward Community Clean Up
• Pick-up supplies at:
o Clinton Ave Community Sound Stage
(Clinton Ave and Peshine Ave)
o Bo Porter Sports Complex (378 Lyons Ave)
• Dumpster Locations:
1. Schuyler Ave (between Shephard Ave & Lehigh Ave),
2. Homestead Park,
3. Hobson Street (near Keer Ave),
4. Bragraw Ave (between Schley St & Wainwright St),
5. Schley St (between Chancellor Ave and Lyons Ave),
6. Dayton Street (between Emerson Pl & Whittier Pl),
7. Mulford Pl (near Vassar Ave),
8. So. 15th St (between Springfield Ave & Avon Ave),
9. Clinton Place (between Shephard Ave & Renner Ave),
10. Bayview Ave (Between Keer Ave & Chancellor Ave)
Next Week - East Ward Community Clean Up (August 1st)
August 8th – West Ward
August 15th – Central Ward
August 22nd – North Ward
• Closing and blessings
“Take a long, hard look down the road you will have to travel once you have made a commitment to work for change. Know that this transformation will not happen right away. Change often takes time. It rarely happens all at once. In the movement, we didn't know how history would play itself out. When we were getting arrested and waiting in jail or standing in unmovable lines on the courthouse steps, we didn’t know what would happen, but we knew it had to happen.
― John Lewis, Across That Bridge: A Vision for Change and the Future of America