161 Confirmed Positive cases for COVID-19 In Trenton

The City of Trenton posted to it’s Facebook Thursday night that they have 161 confirmed positive cases.

Hospitalized: 9
Home with Moderate symptoms: 8

Home with Mild or no symptoms: 144

Free walk-up COVID-19 testing by appointment only based on a physician’s order will begin Monday April 13 for city residents experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and lacking transportation.

Walk-up test sites will be open in each Trenton ward one day a week. These sites are reserved for residents who suffer COVID-19 symptoms but cannot access the county’s drive-through test site at Quaker Bridge Mall in Lawrence.

Please visit the Trenton Health Team, Inc. website below for more information:
https://trentonhealthteam.org/tht-shares-food-pantry-covid…/

For City related service concerns, please contact:
Phone: 609-989-3888
Email: COVID19@trentonnj.org

All medical questions should be directed to a healthcare professional.

For more information please visit:
https://www.trentonnj.org/
http://www.trentonk12.org/
http://www.mercercounty.org/
https://covid19.nj.gov/
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Trenton Store Deli owner dies of COVID-19

TRENTON NJ: Rodriguez Santana Owner of Prospect Deli died due to his battle with the Covid-19 virus, The Latino Merchant association of New Jersey said in a Facebook post “rest in peace, we join the pain of the family. Please let’s raise awareness and stay home this is not a game, let’s not wait until it’s too late to take the necessary precautions. May God protect us and we have to keep praying as it is the only thing that can save us 🙏🙏.

Here is a list of Mercer County school closures due to Coronavirus

Here is a list of Mercer County schools that are closing to protect from COVID-19. The list will be updated as districts continue to establish plans.

  • Hamilton School District will begin virtual learning starting March 16 for at least two weeks.
  • Robbinsville School District will begin virtual learning starting March 16.
  • Lawrence School District will begin virtual learning starting March 16 effective through April 14.
  • Hopewell School District will begin virtual learning starting March 16 and contributing through March 29.
  • Princeton School District will begin virtual learning starting March 16 effective through March 27.
  • West Windsor-Plainsboro School District will begin virtual learning starting March 16 effective through March 29
  • Notre Dame High School will begin cyber learning on March 16 effective through March 27.
  • Ewing School District will be closed from March 16 to March 27 with a mix of different learning programs.
  • Trenton School District will begin virtual learning on March 16 effective through March 27.
  • Foundation Academy will begin online classes from March 16 extending to March 27.
  • Mercer County Technical Schools will begin virtual learning from March 16 extending to March 27.
  • Trenton Catholic Academy will begin remote learning from March 16 extending to March 27.