5 South Jersey Urgent Care Locations Close Temporarily So Employees Can Work in Hospitals
Multiple urgent care locations in South Jersey are temporarily closing so staff members can be sent to work in area hospitals amid a recent surge of coronavirus.
The closures involve five Inspira Health urgent care locations: Haddon Twp. (at 400 W. Cuthbert Blvd.), Somerdale (at 1 S. White Horse Pike), Mantua (at 660 Woodbury-Glassboro Rd.), Glassboro (at 200 Rowan Blvd. near Rowan University), and Woolwich (at 101 Lexington Rd. Suite 530), according to 6abc.com.
Woolwich, Glassboro, Mantua, Somerdale, and Haddon Township Urgent Care Centers are temporarily closed so our staff can work in our hospitals.
For a list of Inspira Health urgent care centers that remain open, click here.
As of Tuesday, there were more than 4,100 new positive COVID cases reported in the Garden State, according to the official Facebook page of New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy.
NEW JERSEY #COVID19 UPDATE:
➡️ 4,111 new positive cases
➡️ 409,414 cumulative total cases
➡️ 97 new confirmed deaths
Now that the virus vaccine has officially started being administered in the U.S., Inspira Health offered some advice (via their official Facebook page) for staying safe while COVID-19 still remains a threat.
Your best protection from COVID-19 will be a combination of getting a COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a mask, staying at least...
The first person to receive the vaccine in New Jersey was a healthcare worker.
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