Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Documents

State of NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness

NJOHSP encourages everyone to stay informed about inaccurate information and scams that have circulated on the COVID-19 pandemic. Exploitation by extremists, text messages falsely warning of a “mandatory quarantine,” misinformation spread across social media pages and websites, and an anti-US disinformation campaign driven by foreign state-sponsored media outlets are recent actions intended to cause panic and take advantage of unsuspecting residents, physically and virtually.

Stay up to date on false information and scams regarding the COVID-19 pandemic

Additional Resources
New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub
New Jersey Department of Health: Communicable Disease Service
NJCCIC Alert: Cyber Threat Actors Capitalize on Coronavirus

Article to Read: 3-21-2020 Mustard Seed Dinner Fundraiser

Attended the Mustard Seed dinner fundraiser in Clifton? You may have been exposed to coronavirus

A couple hundred people may have been exposed to the new coronavirus at the annual Mustard Seed dinner fundraiser that was hosted at a venue in Clifton on Mar. 14, according to an alert issued by Paterson health officials.

Health officials are asking anyone who attended the event at the Valley Regency, 1129 Valley Road in Clifton, to contact their local health department as they may have been exposed to a case of Covid-19.

An organizer for the dinner has tested positive for the new coronavirus.

Residents of Paterson, Totowa, North Haledon, Prospect Park, and Hawthorne should contact Paterson health officials at (973) 321-1277 and leave a message with their name and phone number.

Coronavirus Resources

Fact sheet on what we know so far about the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV):

What you can do to protect yourself during the current outbreak of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV):

Health Alert: Travelers from China

Useful handwashing fact sheets: