3/24/2020 - NJ COVID-19 Informational Hub


New Jersey's New COVID-19 Website

The New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub is available to provide you with the most up-to-date information about COVID-19 and the State's response, including information about services such as food assistance and small business assistance.

The website also allows the public to find information by topic, such at COVID-19 illness, employee benefits, education resources, and much more. Included is also a symptom checker with tailored advice and testing information.


COVID-19 Information for NJ Businesses Link

Click the link for more information about COVID-19 and the effect it is having on businesses. You can submit questions in their chat function on the website. Some topics included are:

  • Economic Assistance for Businesses
  • Business Operations Guidelines
  • Guidance for Employers
  • Benefits for Impacted Individuals
  • General Information about COVID-19

Small Business Assistance

Designed to assist our county small businesses coping with the coronavirus, specific to Burlington County.

Press Release Link

Small Business Loan Application


Food Assistance for Vulnerable Families

NJ Human Services Announces $70 Million in Food Assistance for Vulnerable Families in New Jersey

Press Release Link

See if you qualify for food assistance, cash assistance, and health insurnace: NJ Helps Link


Scam Alert: Targeting Information for Stimulus Check

A dangerous and effective new scam is telling New Jersey residents taht they need to provide their bank account information via phone, e-mail, or social media message in order to "receive" their $1,200 federal stimulus check.

Click this link for: more information from your Senator and Assembly Members.


A Coronavirus Pandemic Resource Guide for New Jerseyans

Click Here to view the PDF.

Complied by the Office of U.S. Senator Cory Booker
Updated April 4, 2020


Shelter Funding & Information

Shelter Funding: Please click below for information regarding Shelter funding available for first responders.

NJ Non-Congregate Sheltering Response Link

Testing Hotline information: No script required. Persons experiencing symptoms should call #609-726-7097.


MVC Agency Press Release

Inspection Station Closures Extended Until May 11

MVC Press Release Link


Swift Reach Message from the County

Hi! I am Dr. Herb Conaway, Director of the Burlington County Health Department with an important message for Burlington County residents.

If you are currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms:

  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath

You can get a COVID test. County testing takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays and is located at the Emergency Services Training Center behind the Burlington County Institute of Technology off Woodland Road in Westampton.

To make an appointment for testing call 609-726-7097. NO DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION REQUIRED AND TESTING IS FREE OF CHARGE. Please just call ahead and make an appointment.

The testing site will be open to Burlington County residents and first responders and frontline hospital staff working in Burlington County.

Again, that hotline number is 609-726-7097.

If you think you have COVID-19, please get tested, and help us limit the spread of this virus.


Comcast Statement

Continues commitment to no disconnects or late fees, keeping business and outdoor Xfinity WiFi hotspots open nationally for free, giving customers unlimited data, and 60 days or free access for low-income families through internet essentials.

Read Comcast's Full Statement



NJ Deptartment of Labor Statement

To begin making pandemic unemployment assistance payments this week.

Read NJ DOL's Full Statement


The Freeholder Board Drive-up Food Distribution

Friday, May 8  from 1-3PM.

To get food, go to the TIC Building, 2001 Bishops Gate Blvd., in Mt. Laurel (you must enter from Briggs Road – vehicles cannot enter from Route 38).

Drive-thru Food Distribution Event Link