(Voorhees, NJ) – The Freeholder Board has cancelled all remaining Will Clinics at the Camden County Store in Voorhees through the month of March. The clinics provide consultation to residents who have not yet prepared their last will and testament.
“The Freeholder Board is considering county-sponsored events on a one-by-one basis in response to the spread of coronavirus throughout the United States,” said Freeholder Carmen Rodriguez, liaison to the Department of Health and Human Services. “While we understand the critical importance of this event and the service it provides, we have determined that cancelling the events is the best course of action in the interest of public health at this time.”
Residents who already registered for the upcoming clinics will receive the highest priority when registering for future clinics. Residents who have already completed the clinic but must still return to the store to receive their documents will be able to do so as scheduled.
For an updated list of all county events that have been cancelled or postponed, as well as general information about coronavirus and preparedness, please visit camdencounty.com.