Hamilton Has 2 Presumptive Positive COVID-19 Coronavirus Cases

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Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin in a Facebook live feed broadcast on http://www.wbcb1490.com/ announced that he was updated that there are 2 positive presumptive Coronavirus cases in Hamilton, NJ.

A 48-year-old male and a 28-year-old female.

Both have self-isolated at home as per doctors’ orders and are not in the hospital.

The Hamilton Township Health Department is in the process of doing contact notifications with those individuals to notify anyone they were in direct contact with.

Direct contact is considered anyone 6 feet or less of a distance for a period of 10 minutes or more.

The health department will then do a screening of those individuals that were in contact with the presumptive positive individuals.

You can view the update from Mayor Jeff Martin, Dr. Scott Rocco, Superintendent of Hamilton Schools and Kathleen Fitzgerald, Director of Health and Senior Services of Hamilton Township below.

WBCB News: You're watching a special informational message from Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin & Superintendent Scott Rocco about COVID-19 for all residents, students & business owners.

Posted by Wbcb 1490am Radio on Wednesday, March 18, 2020

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