Changes are coming to New Jersey's government-run coronavirus testing centers in Paramus and Holmdel.
Starting on Saturday, March 28, the Bergen Community College and PNC Bank Arts Center testing centers will only accept symptomatic health care workers and first responders -- police, fire, and EMS. The general public will not be able to access these sites on Saturday.
The following day, the testing sites will move to a new schedule, to be announced on covid19.nj.gov. The sites will collect 500 samples each day they are open.
Beginning April 4, the PNC Bank Arts Center site will be dedicated to testing symptomatic health care workers and first responders with valid credentials only. The general public will not be able to access this site on Saturdays.
The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey had risen to 11,124 with 140 known deaths as of Saturday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced.
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