On Thursday, May 18th the Clifton Health Department honored those lives lost to COVID during our COVID-19 Remembrance ceremony. We were pleased to have State Senator Nia Gill say a few words. Thank you to all who came out to support us and the families affected.
The COVID Garden is open to the public at all times, for people to remember those who they have lost to COVID-19. The Garden is located right outside of the Senior Center across from the Animal Shelter.
For individuals who receive SNAP benefits: please be advised
that you will receive a higher benefit in May to help address critical food
needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. You will receive the difference between
your regular SNAP amount and the maximum benefit for your family size. For more
information, please visit https://www.nj.gov/humanservices/njsnap/.
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