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LAST DAY IN MAY 2020 FOR BAYONNE COVID-19 UPDATE SHOWS ANOTHER DECREASE IN CASES

Mayor Davis has directed OEM to keep residents informed on all the latest information related to this health emergency.

Bayonne Residents CURRENTLY Positive – 624*

  • The number above reflects only the Bayonne residents that are CURRENTLY COVID-19 Positive.  We have 448 Bayonne residents that are considered recovered.  Recovered patients, according to the CDC, no longer have to isolate or be reported.  Testing has increased significantly, and our current positive population continues to decrease.

TESTING:  The Bayonne Medical Center continues to perform testing for COVID-19 at Veterans Stadium each weekday.  Your physician can make you an appointment for this testing.  Rite-Aid at 1097 Broadway is also performing COVID-19 testing.  This testing is free and is open to anyone (regardless if you have symptoms or not).  Go to riteaid.com to make an appointment.  CityMD is doing Antibody testing. The BMC, in conjunction with the BHA, is currently testing all residents at the Senior buildings in Bayonne.  This on-site testing, which began today, is designed to ensure we are looking out for the most vulnerable in our community.

RECYCLING: Alternate recycling has ENDED.  THIS WEEK ALL GARBAGE/RECYCLING GOES BACK TO NORMAL/REGULAR PICK UP SCHEDULE.

PARKING: Beginning tomorrow, June 1st, all temporary reserved parking spaces reserved for food pick up will be eliminated.  Normal parking rules/regulations are back in effect.  Residential Zone parking regulations remain suspended until further notice.

PAVING: Bayonne’s road resurfacing project continues this week.  Broadway from 1st to 3rd Street will be milled and paved.  Please obey all posted NO PARKING signs.  Cars not moved in time will be towed at owner’s expense.  Residents that need to use cars in this area during work hours should move them prior (This includes Marion Court).

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UPDATE: BAYONNE COVID-19 5/16/2020

Mayor Davis has directed OEM to keep residents informed on all the latest information related to this health emergency.

Mayor Davis has informed us that a 57yr old female has passed away from Coronavirus-related illness.  This death is the 61st in Bayonne.  Mayor Davis extends his sympathy to the family of our neighbor.

Bayonne Residents CURRENTLY Positive – 710*

  • The number above reflects only the Bayonne residents that are CURRENTLY COVID-19 Positive.  We have 270 Bayonne residents that are considered recovered.  Recovered patients, according to the CDC, no longer have to isolate or be reported.   

NJ DIRECTIVES: The governor has announced the relaxation of several key directives effective Monday, May 18th.  All non-essential construction may start up.  All non-essential businesses may reopen with curbside service, and drive-in events can restart (with social distancing).

PARKING REGULATIONS: ALL parking regulations that have been suspended for the last two months, will come back into effect on Monday 5/18/20.  Mayor Davis informs us that for next week, warnings will be issued as residents get reacquainted with all parking regulations.  Summonses will be issued for meters, pay lots, residential zone parking on Tuesday 5/26/20.

MASKS: The State of NJ and the City of Bayonne have no requirement to wear a mask when outdoors.  Masks may be worn outdoors, if you choose, and should be worn outdoors when social distancing is not possible.  Masks MUST be worn indoors when shopping.

RECYCLING:  Alternate recycling continues the week of 5/18/20.  On your scheduled recycling day, please put out ONLY plastic/glass/cans this week.  Normal recycling will return the week of 6/1/20.

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