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Hello everyone, I’m Paul Anzano, Mayor of Hopewell Borough. I’m talking to you today to review with you the health and safety tips that we are living under during this very, very stressful and trying time. What I do want to stress to you is that we are living under a stay at home order. That means: stay at home. Don’t go out unless it is absolutely essential. And if you do go out, make sure you social distance. That is, stay at least 6 feet away from the person you are with.
I want to remind you that State and County parks are closed but the Borough parks are open. They are open on a contingent basis. If we see people not social distancing and doing other inappropriate things in the parks, we will close them
If you are going to be in a place where you are going to be in close proximity with people, say like a grocery store, we ask that you wear a mask.
Wash your hands frequently. Don’t touch your eyes, your nose, your mouth. Wipe down surfaces frequently, commonly touched surfaces like doorknobs, handles, table trays, counter tops, etc. Wash whatever you bring into the house – wipe it down anyway. Wash food that you bring into the house. Wipe down packages and other things that you bring into the house.
This is a very, very dangerous condition. As you can see, it has been fatal for many and it’s going to be fatal for many more. We need to do all we can to protect ourselves and to protect others. So please adhere to these restrictions and follow all the guidelines
Have as safe a day as you can. Be good and thank you.
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