Coronavirus Messages from Mayor Brennan

April 7, 2020 - The pandemic of coronavirus is causing disruption to the lives of people throughout the world and Merchantville is no different. I want to assure the residents of Merchantville that throughout this pandemic, the Borough is committed to and has put into place certain contingencies to ensure the continued provision of essential services to the community including police, fire and other first responders, along with public works and other essential services. We are working with our partners at the County, State and Federal levels on contingency planning to obtain resources and to implement effective planning. Residents should rest assured that those services will continue, and residents can expect the same exceptional service and response from those essential services during this unprecedented time. Residents are also reminded that our community is built upon our relationships and now is a time to show courage and calm, avoid panic and care for ourselves and our neighbors by taking measured actions such as social distancing. 

Coronavirus Message from Mayor Brennan - March 13, 2020

Closure of Borough Facilities to the Public - March 15, 2020

Additional Closures and Actions - March 19, 2020

Letter to the Business Community - March 21, 2020

Small Business Resources - March 21, 2020

Help Our Business Community - March 21, 2020

A Message to the Community - March 30, 2020

Mayor's Covid-19 Message - April 6, 2020

Borough Park Closures and Additional Actions - April 7, 2020

County Update 10/9-15

The Camden County Department of Health announced 694 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 5 deaths between Saturday, October 11th and Friday, October 15th. One hundred ninety-eight (198) new cases were among patients under 18 years old and the average age of the newly infected is 34 years of age. New cases this week include nine (9) in the Borough of Merchantville. Use the NJ Vaccine Appointment Finder to make an appointment for a COVID-19…
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Covid Case Update 10/8/21

The Camden County Department of Health announced 753 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 10 deaths between Saturday, October 2nd and Friday, October 8th. 205 cases were among patients under 18 years of age. The average age of the newly infected patients is 37 years old. Merchantville had 4 new cases during this time. Since data collection began the aggregate number of confirmed positive cases of Covid-19 in Camden County to 57,809 and 1,291 total…
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CH Mall Vaccine Pop-Up

The Cherry Hill Mall Vaccination Site located at 2000 Route 38 in Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 is offering Covid-19 Pfizer, Moderna and J&J vaccination and a $25 gift card for every vaccination provided by the Camden Coalition on the following dates: Friday, October 8th from 4:00-7:00 p.m.; Saturday, October 9th from 1:00-5:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 10th from 1:00-5:00 p.m. This event is located in 76 Forward on the upper-level Nordstrom's Wing across from Forever…
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Vaccinating the Homebound

New Jersey has launched a new process to help individuals who are homebound to obtain COVID-19 vaccination. Homebound individuals or their caregivers can now go to, or call 1-855-568-0545, to complete a form to request in-home vaccination. Once the completed form is submitted, NJDOH will forward the form to a home health agency, local health department or other vaccination provider, and the individual who submitted the form will be contacted to schedule an in-home vaccination…
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Boro Vaccination Update

New Jersey's COVID-19 Vaccination Overview dashboard can be found on the NJ COVID-19 Information Hub. The dashboard is updated once daily, usually between 10:30-11:30 a.m. and the map of vaccination coverage is refreshed weekly. Current vaccination course data as of 10/2/2021 is for individuals who have received at least one dose of any vaccine and who have received a single dose from a one-dose vaccine course, e.g., the J&J vaccine, or their second dose from…
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NJ Vaccination App

Need easy digital access to your vaccine record on your phone? The NJ Department of Health Apps provide consumers access to their personal or family COVID-19 Vaccination Record. The free New Jersey consumer access Docket app is now available in the App store or on Google Play in English or Spanish depending on Smartphone settings. The Docket App is now available in the App store or on Google Play in English or Spanish depending on…
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Vaccination Card Safety

Officials at the Camden County Vaccination Center are urging residents to protect, laminate and make duplicate copies of the card that proves inoculation to COVID-19. In this evolving environment the vaccination card will be imperative for travel, entering entertainment events and locally for students going back to class at Rutgers University. Camden County has created vaccination card holders which can be picked up at the County Store, one of our local libraries or at any…
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County Eyes Covid Uptick

The Camden County Department of Health announced 421 new positive cases of COVID-19, between Saturday, July 31st, and Friday, August 6th, including 4 in Merchantville, 41 in Cherry Hill, 17 in Pennsauken and 23 in Camden. “One week ago, we saw 50 new cases in a single day, the highest number we’d seen in months. Just seven days later and that figure has doubled to nearly 100 new cases today,” said County Commissioner Director Louis…
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New Mask Guidance

On July 27th the CDC updated its guidance regarding masks and face coverings due to the highly infectious and transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant. The CDC is recommending that people who live in areas experiencing high transmission rates resume wearing masks indoors while in public areas. The New Jersey Department of Health followed the CDC’s announcement with its own recommendation that all residents, regardless of vaccination status, resume wearing masks in public indoor settings on Wednesday.…
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Employee Mask Mandates Return

Following the updated CDC guidelines, and recent surge in the COVID-19 Delta variant, popular grocers Acme, Wegman’s and WaWa have announced store employees will return to wearing masks. Acme said in a company statements on Tuesday it will require all employees and vendors to wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status. Wegman’s also will require both vaccinated and unvaccinated employees to mask up following updated CDC guidelines. They join a growing list of retailers,…
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7/30/21 COVID Update

On July 30, 2021, the Camden County Department of Health is announced 44 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the aggregate number of confirmed positive cases in Camden County to 50,293 and 1,237 total fatalities. During the past week the county has averaged between 40-60 new cases a day. “New data from the CDC has shed light on just easily the Delta variant can be spread. Unfortunately, the fact is that this pandemic is not…
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Masking Strongly Recommended

A day after federal officials tightened coronavirus mask guidance, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that all people in New Jersey, regardless of vaccination status, are ”strongly recommended” to wear masks indoors in settings where there is “increased risk” — but stopped short of mandating face coverings again. New Jersey has one of the highest vaccination rates in the nation, with more than 70% of its eligible population fully inoculated. Eight New Jersey counties fall into…
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Submit Your COVID Questions

Congressman Norcross and Commissioner Director Cappelli invite residents to submit questions for the next Virtual COVID-19 update on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. This update will center around the Delta Variant and what you need to know. Click Here to submit a question. Questions will be answered live…
Published in Camden County, COVID-19

County Covid Reports

The Camden County Office of Emergency Management will no longer be providing a Situation Report daily via email to municipalities. The Camden County Website can be monitored for any COVID-19 updates. The most recent Weekly Situation Reports on Merchantville Borough announced 7 new cases between April 06, 2021 – April 12, 2021; 6 new cases between April 13, 2021 – April 19, 2021; and, 8 new cases between April 20, 2021 – April 26, 2021.…
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