NJ fire department shut down after firefighters were exposed COVID-19 at party

A New Jersey fire department shut down one of its stations after a few firefighters were presented to COVID-19 during an unapproved occasion gathering.

Operations at Verona Fire Department’s Station No. 2 in Essex County have been “briefly suspended” said municipality director Matthew Cavallo in an explanation delivered on Sunday night.

“The occasion gathering was not approved by the Township and moves have been made to guarantee comparable occurrences won’t occur later on,” composed Cavallo.

“Out of a bounty of alert, the utilization of Fire Station No. 2 has been incidentally suspended. All individuals who may have been uncovered straightforwardly or by implication are needed to isolate as per the rules proclaimed by the CDC and NJ Department of Health.”

It’s not satisfactory when the occasion occurred or the number of firefighters were conceivably uncovered.

“Our most extreme concern is consistently the security of our inhabitants and the individuals from this department,” Cavallo expressed. “With these intentional advances, occupants and organizations will stay protected constantly.”

Cavallo’s assertion didn’t demonstrate if any department individuals would be focused for the occasion.

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