City of Union City has six residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus


The City of Union City has six residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus, the North Hudson municipality announced on Sunday.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The city, who had not previously disclosed any cases until today, did not provide any further information, though said on Twitter that they would have more information available tomorrow morning.

This afternoon, the Hudson County government announced they would be opening a drive-through testing facility in conjunction with the Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus.

The testing center will provide by-appointment service only. Starting at noon tomorrow, appointments may be made by calling 201-388-1097.

At around 2 p.m., the New Jersey Department of Health posted new numbers on their website, indicating that there are now 1,904 confirmed COVID-19 cases across the state and 126 throughout Hudson County.

As of this evening, 112 coronavirus cases have been announced publicly in Hudson County: 53 in Jersey City, 19 in Hoboken, two in West New York, four in Kearny, one in Secaucus, four in Weehawken, 16 in North Bergen, seven in Bayonne, and six in Union City.


  1. I wish they mention their names: but because of the Hipp Law (It protects the person who has the CronaVirus) Screw you if you go near them then your screwed DONOT go out or else you will legally be murdered at your own risk. Something seems wrong here? Doesn’t it?

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