From Plainfield City Hall
Mayor Adrian O. Mapp
Events Newsletter
Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Since our last update on Friday, January 15, 2021, there are ninety-one (91) new COVID-19 cases to report. An additional one hundred and thirty-nine (139) persons have been quarantined. One death was reported on Saturday, January 16, 2021.
The rate of infection continues to rise in our state. We must remember to practice the safety protocols which helped us lower our numbers during the first wave of the pandemic. I advise all residents to get their flu shots, get tested for COVID-19 if you have been traveling, have been exposed to someone with the virus, or have symptoms. Please also continue to always social distance and wear facial coverings in public and while around people that don't live in your home.

Please scroll down the newsletter to see new COVID-19 testing site dates and locations.

This newsletter shares many upcoming, virtual events for Plainfield residents including live broadcasts, events for your children, and online workshops. We will continue to apprise you of events taking place locally and elsewhere. We may not be able to attend meetings and events in person, but thanks to technology – we can participate virtually.
Creating One Plainfield, One Future
Mayor Adrian O. Mapp
City of Plainfield

Queridos amigos y vecinos,

Desde nuestra última actualización el viernes 15 de enero, hay noventa y un (91) nuevos casos de COVID-19 que informar. Otras cientoa treinta y nueve (139) personas han sido puestas en cuarentena. El sabado, 16 de enero, se reporto un fallecimiento. .
La propagación del virus sigue aumentando en nuestro estado. Debemos seguir practicando los protocolos de seguridad que nos ayudaron a reducir nuestro número durante la primera ola de la pandemia. Aconsejo a todos los residentes que se vacunen contra la gripe, se hagan la prueba de COVID-19 si han estado viajando, han estado expuestos a alguien con el virus o tienen síntomas. Por favor también continúe siempre manteniendo la distancia social y use cubrimientos faciales en público y cuando esté cerca de personas que no viven en su hogar.

Este boletín comparte muchos eventos virtuales futuros para residentes de Plainfield, incluyendo transmisiones en vivo, eventos para sus hijos y talleres en línea. Continuaremos informando sobre los eventos que tienen lugar localmente y en otros lugares. Es posible que no podamos asistir a reuniones y eventos en persona, pero gracias a la tecnología, podemos participar virtualmente.
Creando Un Plainfield y Un Futuro
Alcalde Adrian O. Mapp
Ciudad de Plainfield
For more information on COVID-19 and resources available to you as a Plainfield resident, click here to view our most recent COVID-19 resource newsletter which goes out every Wednesday.
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COVID-19 Testing for Plainfield Schools
Staff and Students | January 21, 2021
Testing is open to all Plainfield Public Schools Staff and Students 
Plainfield, NJ – January 14, 2021 – Plainfield Public Schools will hold COVID-19 Testing for staff and students on Saturday, January 23, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Plainfield High School, 950 Park Avenue. This event is possible via a partnership with Neighborhood Health Services Corporation. The event is open to all Plainfield Public Schools students and staff. 
Those interested in taking the test, must pre-register online. No one will be provided the test without registering prior to the day of testing. Registration will close on Thursday, January 21 at 5:00 p.m. 
 Or the link posted on the District’s website at
An adult must accompany students younger than 18. The testing will take place in the school cafeteria. Entrance to the site is by the Arlington Avenue parking lot. 

Testing will take place throughout the day on a first-come-first-served basis.  
For more information, please email or call 908-731-4333.  
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Union County | 2021 Virtual Recreation Classes
Classes are available for children, teens and adults.
Union County, NJ – The Union County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce a new schedule of online classes for Union County residents this winter, hosted by the Union County Office for Persons with Disabilities & Special Needs. The schedule currently includes yoga, karate, and arts-and-crafts.

“The virtual classes are a fun way to stay connected with the Union County community and enjoy programs that exercise the body and the mind,” said Board of Commissioners Chairman Alexander Mirabella. “We are currently planning additional activities, and we invite members of the public to contact the Office for Persons with Disabilities & Special Needs with any ideas or suggestions they may have.”

Community Events
Livay Sweet Shop | 5th Annual Warm Feet Sock Drive
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