Robbinsville Reports No New Cases of COVID-19 in the Township

August 14, 2020

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–One of the few times since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic locally on March 22, Robbinsville has zero new reported cases of Coronavirus.

Mayor Dave Fried released a statement via his Facebook page:

This is really great news. All of the Mercer Hospitals have few to no cases. We also had no new cases in Robbinsville this week and now have no cases with symptoms. As we continue to open up be smart stay safe. Use kind words. Remember people will have different levels of comfort as we reopen. There is no right or wrong so be aware others may feel differently then you and that is ok. There is no rule book and the guidelines change daily. Do what is right for you and your family. Don’t worry about what others are doing. I will continue to encourage businesses to reopen and I have begun urging the State to allow restaurants to reopen. As the weather changes outside dining will become less and less practical. Please keep doing what you are doing wash your hands be aware about social distancing. There is plenty of divisiveness in the Country right now. We can lessen it by being respectful and paying it forward whenever you can. As our friend Steve would say make someone’s day today.–Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried