Monmouth County Freeholder Director Tom Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Sue Kiley have announced that there are 100 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Monmouth County bringing the total to 207 overall as of Tuesday evening.

Marlboro has the most for a single town with 29, Freehold Township has 28 and Manalapan has 27 for the most in Monmouth County.

“As we see these numbers climb, while anticipated, it reminds us why social distancing is so important,” Freeholder Director Arnone said. “It is critical for everyone to practice social distancing so that we can slow the spread.”

Here are the positive cases by town in Monmouth County:

  • Aberdeen: 10
  • Asbury Park: 6
  • Atlantic Highlands: 2
  • Belmar: 2
  • Bradley Beach: 2
  • Brielle: 4
  • Colts Neck: 8
  • Eatontown: 13
  • Englishtown: 5
  • Fair Haven: 10
  • Farmingdale: 1
  • Freehold Borough: 1
  • Freehold Township: 28
  • Hazlet: 17
  • Holmdel: 8
  • Howell: 14
  • Keansburg: 2
  • Keyport:1
  • Lake Como: 1
  • Little Silver: 12
  • Long Branch: 7
  • Manalapan: 27
  • Manasquan: 3
  • Marlboro: 29
  • Matawan: 3
  • Middletown: 22
  • Millstone: 3
  • Monmouth Beach: 2
  • Neptune: 12
  • Neptune City: 1
  • Ocean: 7
  • Oceanport: 4
  • Ocean Grove: 1
  • Red Bank: 5
  • Rumson: 5
  • Sea Bright: 1
  • Sea Girt: 3
  • Shrewsbury: 2
  • Shrewsbury Borough: 1
  • Spring Lake Heights: 1
  • Tinton Falls: 6
  • Union Beach: 1
  • Wall: 4
  • Upper Freehold: 5
  • West Long Branch: 4

The Freeholders also announced that they have been notified that NY Waterway has suspended all ferry service to the Belford Ferry Terminal. More information can be found on nywaterway.com.

Due to the Governor’s Executive Order, all Monmouth County golf courses have been closed.

Monmouth County open park spaces remain open.

In Monmouth County Friday morning Freeholder Director Tom Arnone said that cases are going to go up and that it's a good thing.

"I want people to realize...you have to be a realist, this is going to spike as we go through this testing it's going to spike but that's actually a good thing," Arnone said. "That means we're actually finding out who is feeling ill, we're making sure we know, they know and then they move into a quarantine area and then everybody gets better and it doesn't spread as much, so that's a positive sign."

Freeholders and the Office of Emergency Management also announced the signing of an emergency declaration to grant the county access to additional resources.

"It gives us the access to county facilities, actives the staff in the Monmouth County Emergency Operations Center and it utilizes county employees where needed including assignments outside of their normal work locations," Monmouth County Freeholder Director Tom Arnone said at a press conference.

Those outside normal work locations may include assisting in the Emergency Management Operations Center.

"I want to commend the Freeholder Board for declaring the County State of Emergency which will allow our Emergency Management team to move assets, purchase equipment, enter into mutual aid and deploy as needed, things that we need to do around the county," Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden said.

The resources in the Emergency Operations Center include the County Health Department, Prosecutors Office, EMS Task Force and the OEM team.

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