The number of people tested positive for the new coronavirus in Passaic County increased from 97 to 141 on Monday. Passaic County officials announced the county’s first drive-through Covid-19 screening station will open at William Paterson University on Wednesday morning.
Former school board member Wendy Guzman, who tested positive for the new coronavirus, hosted the Mustard Seed fundraiser dinner and dance in Clifton amid concerns over Covid-19 in mid-March, according to multiple people who attended the event.
A woman has died from the new coronavirus, making her the first fatality from Covid-19 in Paterson.
A mosque held a gathering for a funeral that likely exposed attendees to the new coronavirus, according to a health alert issued by health officials on Sunday evening.
The number of people tested positive for the new coronavirus in Paterson increased from 16 to 22 on Saturday, according to municipal officials.
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.
The number of people tested positive for the new coronavirus has increased to 49 in Passaic County, including 16 in Paterson, according to health officials.