COVID-19 Maplewood

‘We Are Not Moving in the Right Direction’: Maplewood COVID Cases Nearly Quadruple in November

Maplewood’s monthly COVID case rate has nearly quadrupled between October and November.

At Tuesday’s Board of Health meeting, Township Health Officer Candice Davenport reported that the township ended November with 580 total cases, including 165 new cases in the past month alone. There were 44 cases reported . . .

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