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Monroe police chief advises residents on how to be safe during the pandemic By MONIQUE HOWARD The Sun

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Police Chief James DeHart and his department are doing their part to keep Monroe Township safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Some of his advice might sound familiar. DeHart has encouraged social distancing and avoidance of large crowds and hand shaking. He has recommended good hand sanitation and use of sanitizers. His department is changing some routines, as well. Officers are avoiding shift crossover to prevent cross-contamination. Briefings are held outdoors and less time is spent inside the station. Officers may ask residents to step outside into the open air when requesting assistance. Some minor matters are discussed over the phone. Additional cleaning protocols have been implemented. The department has a complete staff of fulltime officers. “Be patient, be smart,” DeHart advised. “Social distancing is very important. Stay inside as much

Owens Park in Williamstown, just like many other parks and facilities, is closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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The Sun Constant changes in how the nation is fighting the coronavirus have caused hospitals and medical offices to alter visitation policies and push for patients to follow their advice. Dr. Charles Scott, chair of Advocare Doctors’ Coronavirus Task Force — who practices general pediatric care at Advocare Medford and Mansfield Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine — explained that COVID-19, or novel coronavirus, has symptoms similar to the flu and pneumonia, both of which are common this time of year. “Respiratory difficulties, fevers and dry coughs,” he said, “those are similar to the flu, pneumonia and others. Oftentimes, you can’t tell the difference.” Pneumonia, typically a bacterial infection, can be detected by a doctor listening to a patient’s chest and hearing a “crackling sound with the lungs,” as doctors have described it. They say it is similar to the sound of Velcro opening. The pandemic has forced systems like Jefferson Health and Virtua Health to forbid visitors in the main hospitals and units, unless an exception is made. Jefferson Health started curtailing its elective surgeries on March 13. Virtua’s visitation guidelines can be viewed by visiting Virtua. org “There are innumerable circumstances where exceptions may be appropriate, so surgeon discretion is advised,” Nicole Pensiero, corporate director of communications at Jefferson, said in an email. “We are also recommending transitioning procedures to ambulatory centers if appropriate and feasible.” Scott emphasized social distancing, since the virus can be

spread by a cough or sneeze from a person in close contact. Distancing is one of the ways to “flatten the curve,” doctors say, meaning to restrict the virus’ spread. Helping the elderly and immuno-compromised population stay protected has been the priority of health officials, since the probability of fatal complications is higher in that demographic, Scott said. “If you’re not essential to be at work, stay home,” he added. “Limit the amounts of needing to go out; go get your groceries, but know what you need. Social distancing is important, hand washing for 20 seconds and mind your coughs and sneezes.” In the event of COVID-19 symptoms or the flu, Scott urges patients to call their primary care offices to alert nurse practitioners, secretaries and doctors. “If we have a suspected patient, don’t be surprised if a doctor comes with a gown, masks and gloves,” Scott explained. “Are we treating our patients? Yes we are. Are we staying safe and healthy? Yes we are.” Doctors on the front lines of the pandemic are adhering to health protocols while maintaining contact with regular patients for wellness checks and immunizations. As for treatment of the virus, fluids are highly suggested. As of deadline, there is neither a vaccine nor definitive treatment. Scott said severely ill patients should get treatments specific to their complications. Scott urged that over-the-counter medicines be taken when appropriate and as labeled. “Ibuprofen is not a friend to kidneys and acetaminophen isn’t friendly to the liver; use them when needed, but don’t overdo it,” he advised. As of deadline, coronavirus please see DOCTORS, page 3


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Monroe works hard to inform community

The Township of Monroe is working hard to stay on top of our responsibilities while completing extra tasks to protect our community from the COVID-19 Pandemic. The township is temporarily suspending the bulk trash pickups but we will be adding an extra day for Convenience Cen’ter trash disposal at our facility.

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continued from page 1 e -as you can. Try to enjoy your -life and family within the home and outdoors in the surrounding earea.” The chief wants his sentiments to be encouraging. , “We’re doing the best we can as it’s (the pandemic) continuously unfolding,” he noted. “We’ll stay ready for the next challenge and hopefully get back 9to normal.” s

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Currently, Monroe Township Public Works Department located at 1040 Glassboro Road will be open to residents on Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. for disposal of household bulk trash/garbage, recyclables, motor oil, batteries, appliances, electronics, televisions and brush.

DeHart wants residents to visit the department website and its Facebook page to stay abreast of the situation, given the continuous updates and constant breaking news. Residents who need immediate assistance from the police department for a non-emergency 24/7, can call (856) 728-0800. Contact DeHart directly at jjdehart@ monroetownshipnj.org. Visit the township website at https://monroetownshipnj.org.

‘Live Healthy’ micro grant

The United Way of Gloucester -County has opened up one-page -applications for “Live Healthy” smicro grants that will focus on .preventative measures to battle the spread of COVID-19. The purpose of the micro grants is to help non-profit agencies meet the increasing demand for supplies such as wipes, soap, ther-mometers and other prevention smaterials that will keep the com-munity members safe. “We are committed to helping our community members live healthier lives,” said Michael Gower, executive director of the .United Way of Gloucester County. “These micro grants are a response to the current pandemic and to assist in the aid of preven-tion measures for our frontline -agencies whose resources may need additional support right now.” These grants will support mlocal nonprofit organization by oproviding up to $200 in funds to be used for the purchase of supplies and materials designed to slow the spread of the coronavi3rus. Agencies must be a 501(c)3

nonprofit organization and must have a physical location and provide services to Gloucester County residents. Agencies interested in applying must submit a complete application. More information can be found on the United Way of Gloucester County’s website at www.uwgcnj.org or by emailing Nicole Morse, Director of Community Initiatives at nmorse@ uwgcnj.org.

Doctors: Make changes continued from page 2 testing is currently limited to those with symptoms. “If you’re sick, call us first so you can get the appropriate care so we can prepare for when you visit the office,” Scott said. “Telehealth (medical services by phone) is probably coming up in the next few weeks, but there are some things we need to physically see face to face.”

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Residents’ health and well-being are the primary concern New Jersey Executive Order 103 provides for the protection of the health and well-being of New Jersey residents and the State’s public workforce is a primary concern. It is our responsibility to provide the continuous delivery of essential public services during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Therefore, government operations need flexibility to address staffing capabilities to ensure the essential operational of Monroe Township. Similarly, employees require greater latitude in applicable working arrangements to prevent further spread of the virus and to prioritize their health and the health of their immediate family members. In accordance with Executive Order 103, N.J.S.A. App. A:945., and N.J.S.A. App. A:9-40.5., which authorize and empowers the local Office of Emergency Management to promulgate rules and to waive, suspend, or modify any existing rule where

its enforcement would be detrimental to the public welfare, and specifically authorizes the local Office of Emergency Management to take appropriate steps to address the public health hazard of COVID-19, The Monroe Township Office of Emergency Management, has issued the following guidelines for day-today governmental operations of the Township for the next two weeks, at which point the protocol will be reevaluated and extended if necessary. Municipal Building Operations 1. Mandate the public utilize online payment options, U.S. Mail, phone payments for taxes, utility payments, licenses, permits, and other local government business. 2. Mandate the public utilize phone, email, and if necessary, social media to make routine inquiries and/or report information to the municipality.

3. Otherwise close municipal offices to the public and only allow municipal employees, employees of other local, county, state, and federal offices and representatives of private entities having direct business with the municipality (ie: vendors or contractors). 4. Divide workforce in half for each office. Assign half the employees to come to work on certain days/times and the other half on other days/times restricting the possibility for cross contamination. 5. Cancel board meetings through the end April. 6. Council meetings if not canceled, offer the public portion to be emailed to the township clerk prior to 3pm on the day of the meeting. 7. Enhanced disinfecting of municipal building and DPW office space. 8. Prohibit official out of state travel and in-state conferences through end of May.

9. Cancel senior events through end of April. 10. Cancel municipal-sponsored recreation events through end of April. 11. With regard to construction inspections, exterior inspections can continue in the normal course. All non-emergent interior inspections should be rescheduled. However, in the event there is an emergent inspection matter, the official should ask whether the occupants have traveled recently or been exposed to anyone that has tested positive for COVID-19. If so, the inspection should similarly be rescheduled if there is no threat to health and safety posed by the rescheduling. Department of Public Works 1. Breaks and lunches shall not be taken at the Department of Public Works. They shall be done in an isolated location and not with other members of DPW. 2. General public will be pro-

hibited from entering the DPW facilities. 3. DPW personnel shall make every effort to avoid engagement with the public when working in and among the community (extended close conversation, shaking hands, etc.) 4. Divide workforce in half for each facility. Assign half the employees to come to work on certain days/times and the other half on other days/times restricting the possibility for cross contamination. 5 .Enhanced disinfecting of DPW office space.

Police Department 1. Limit public access to the police department and request that any routine business be conducted out of the station when possible via telephone or outside. 2. Enhance disinfecting of the police department and office please see RESIDENTS, page 6


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