The changes support slowing spread of COVID-19, protect PATCO riders & employees and are necessary to sustain the continuity of services.
As our community continues to battle the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, residents throughout Camden County have asked how they can support their friends and neighbors during this time of need. Today, the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services launched a new online volunteering portal to connect those residents with opportunities to support others in the coming weeks.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Division of Unemployment Insurance has issued new guidance for filers affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, including a new schedule for when individuals should claim their weekly benefit.
The Division has recently posted a step-by-step guide for residents to follow to ensure that their weekly unemployment benefits can be delivered without delay during this time of high claim volume. Residents planning to apply for unemployment benefits should review this guide before beginning their application. You can find the full guide by visiting myunemployment.nj.gov or following the link provided here: https://myunemployment.nj.gov/labor/myunemployment/covidinstructions.shtml.
Governor Phil Murphy and his administration have taken a series of additional steps to protect residents during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in recent days. Today, March 23, Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver, along with the commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection and president of the Board of Public Utilities asked water providers throughout the state to suspend all shut-offs during the outbreak.
The Camden County Department of Health announced the second presumptive positive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Camden County. On Saturday, New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice, Stuart Rabner, announced that all municipal courts in the state will begin a two-week suspension starting Monday.
Anyone scheduled to appear in municipal court between Monday, March 16, and Friday, March 27, will receive notice of a new court date.
Your Invitation To Respond
The time is now. Help shape your future, and your community's future, by responding to the 2020 Census. Most households received their invitation to respond to the 2020 Census between March 12 – 20. These official Census Bureau mailings will include detailed information and a Census ID for completing the Census online.