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Tinton Falls, NJ, 07724

Borough of Tinton Falls OEM Public Health Update (November 20, 2020)

The Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management (TFOEM), in partnership with our local health department, the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission (MCRHC), continues to monitor the effects of COVID-19 on our community.

  • Monmouth County Regional Health Commission No. 1 (MCRHC) continues to report the number of positive cases of COVID-19. The latest recorded number of people currently positive for COVID-19 in the Borough of Tinton Falls is: 68.  As recorded cases get added to the database, at the same time, residents are also getting healthy and coming off the total.  The Borough has no further information to share due to privacy rights of our fellow residents.  Our residents who have been recorded as to have tested positive are either self-isolated, self-quarantined or hospitalized. The MCRHC Communicable Disease Team continues to conduct intensive monitoring and ongoing public health investigation of every positive case. This investigation includes tracing of actions taken by the infected for days prior to first signs of symptoms.
  • Monmouth County will offer free COVID-19 testing for County residents on Saturday, Nov. 21 in Freehold from 9 a.m. to noon at the Freehold Borough Fire Department (Main Building), 49 W. Main St. Residents should note the clinic has 200 tests and once those are administered, the clinic will close for the day.
  • NJ-211 continues to be a quick reference resource for NJ COVID-19 related information.  Call 2-1-1 or go to
  • Please check on your neighbors.  If there are elderly or immune-compromised residents in Tinton Falls that are unable to arrange for grocery or medication deliveries, our faith-based communities within the municipality have provided services as needed. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 732-542-3400 x555.

It's important to remember that older adults and people who have severe underlying chronic medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness. Consult with your health care provider about additional steps you may be able to take to protect yourself.