New COVID-19 Testing Site at CCC for First Responders and Essential Employees

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(Camden, NJ) – Freeholder Director, Louis Cappelli Jr., Congressman Donald Norcross, Interim President of Jefferson Health New Jersey Brian Sweeney, and Gloucester Township Mayor David Mayer, will go over the details of a new first responder, essential employee mobile test site opening at Camden County College, Wednesday, April 15. The Freeholder Board and Jefferson Health New Jersey are working in partnership to expand and provide access to COVID-19 testing in the main parking lot of the Gloucester Township campus of the community college. The Board will be using both a livestream and Facebook Live to deliver the pertinent information to the public. 

The event will begin at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14. There will be room for a limited number of journalists at Roosevelt Hall to attend. Masks are required to be in the building and socially distanced one on ones are available after the press conference. Please RSVP to the county office of public affairs at if you wish to attend.

The testing site will have three operational lanes of traffic for first responders, essential employees and Camden County residents and will operate from noon to 4 p.m. daily from Monday to Friday. In addition, to the mobile testing site, Cappelli will provide an update on the county’s overall (COVID-19) pandemic response, including new numbers and other insights into the county’s ongoing efforts.

Members of the media can jump on to the virtual link located here- or view it on Camden County’s Facebook page (

“This is part of our efforts to keep building critical infrastructure to fight the virus and provide us with more data to make informed public health decisions,” said Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli, Jr. “Jefferson Health New Jersey has been an important partner in launching this noble initiative and we appreciate their efforts. These are historic times; our community needs to work together as one unit pulling in the same direction to defeat this virus and get to the other side of this pandemic.”

Members of the media can send their questions ahead of time to