Update 5-28: OEM's COVID-19 Situation Report #48 (Testing Sites List)Burlington County Testing Sites List
City of Burlington Office of Emergency Management
COVID-19 Situation Report #48
Reported by: City of Burlington Office of Emergency Management (OEM)
Date/Time Group: 27 May 2020, 1830 HRS
Current number of positive Coronavirus cases in Burlington County: 4324 (up from 4016 on May 20)
Current number of Coronavirus cases in the City of Burlington: 89 (same as May 20)
Number of death in Burlington City: 1 (no change)
Number of deaths in Burlington County: 278 (up from 276 on May 18)
To view the latest list of Burlington County Testing Sites, please visite the following link: Burlington County Testing Sites List
Burlington City Public Boat Ramp: The Public Boat Ramp reopened on Saturday 16 May, 2020 for public use. Please respect social distancing in this public area. Please remember to purchase your online Boat Ramp Permit: https://form.jotform.com/91013393739156
City playgrounds and basketball courts remain closed until further notice.
New Free Burlington County Health COVID App: Please visit the App Store or Google Play to download the new Burlington County Health app to receive the latest health and other news on the COVID outbreak and response. Or visit the following link: https://apps.myocv.com/share/a44608060
Testing Site: The Burlington County ESTC located at 53 Academy Dr Westampton will have testing hours of operation from 10am-1pm on Thursday 28 May, 2020 and Tuesday 2 June,2020. No doctor’s prescription is required and testing is free of charge. Testing is for all Burlington County individuals with or without symptoms. You must contact the Call Center at (609)-726-7097 between 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. NO APPOINTMENT-NO TEST!
Face Masks: It is recommended to wear face masks or some type of covering over your mouth and nose if you venture outside. This is voluntary unless you enter a retail establishment where you MUST wear a covering over your nose and mouth.
Social Distancing: As a reminder, the Governor’s Social Distancing Executive Order states to remain six feet apart at all times and groups larger than 2 persons are discouraged.
The City of Burlington OEM is continually monitoring all relevant information regarding the COVID 19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
Frank S. Caruso, Emergency Management Coordinator
Barry Conaway, Mayor