Safe Travel Tips and Resources from Visit South Jersey

Update (3.16.20) – As the state and nation continue to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak, Visit South Jersey is continuing to monitor the effect of this on our many small businesses and attractions. With this, we have removed partner events from our events calendar through the end of March. Please reach out to each location for their updated schedule.

Small Business and Attractions: If you need assistance with getting information out to the public on your hours, events, etc. Please send all information to info@visitsouthjersey.com

(3.10.20) РOn Monday, March 9th, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy declared a State of Emergency and a Public Health Emergency as part of the state’s coordinated response to address the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Event cancellations may be advised based on situational developments; Visit South Jersey urges interested attendees to confirm with the venue before making travel plans. As always when attending public festivals or events, we recommend precautions in line with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) preventative action plan such as vigorous hand washing and covering your coughs when in public. Please stay home if you are feeling ill.

Resources and Links

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
How COVID-19 Spreads (CDC)
Prevention & Treatment (CDC)
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Printable Resources (CDC)

New Jersey Department of Health(NJDOH)
COVID-19: Information for Communities and the General Public (NJDOH)
COVID-19: Information for Schools and Businesses (NJDOH)
COVID-19: Information for Healthcare and Public Health Professionals (NJDOH)

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