NJ SPOTLIGHT DAILY NEWS
July 10, 2020
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WESTFIELD — So wassup? Wassup with these summer parties that are spiking COVID-19 cases in town? Mayor Shelley Brindle says it is getting out of hand, with Westfield reporting 10 new cases since Tuesday, bringing the total to 299. The township had gone two weeks without seeing any new cases until seven were reported last week, likely due to all the fun and frolic. Five of the new cases are teenagers between 17 and 19, raising the question if all these new cases are related to the high school graduation parties popping up around town. The mayor is rightfully ticked, saying these young partygoers may not suffer the severity of the virus, but they can certainly mess with their parents and others of an advanced age who really, truly have zero interest in rolling the dice for the sake of a pony keg and beer pong. Wake up, with today’s Jaffe Briefing.
WESTFIELD — So wassup? Wassup with these summer parties that are spiking COVID-19 cases in town? Mayor Shelley Brindle says it is getting out of hand, with Westfield reporting 10 new cases since Tuesday, bringing the total to 299. The township had gone two weeks without seeing any new cases until seven were reported last week, likely due to all the fun and frolic. Five of the new cases are teenagers between 17 and 19, raising the question if all these new cases are related to the high school graduation parties popping up around town. The mayor is rightfully ticked, saying these young partygoers may not suffer the severity of the virus, but they can certainly mess with their parents and others of an advanced age who really, truly have zero interest in rolling the dice for the sake of a pony keg and beer pong. Wake up, with today’s Jaffe Briefing.