5 New Jersey MVC locations closed due to COVID-19

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Monday, November 9, 2020
Fifth NJ MVC location closes due to COVID-19
The center in Trenton is expected to reopen next week on Friday.

NEW JERSEY (WABC) -- A fifth New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission facility is now closed after an employee tested positive for COVID.

This latest case is at the state's regional MVC center in Trenton.

Officials say the employee was last there last Thursday.

The facility will reopen next Friday.

Facilities in West Deptford, Oakland, Paterson, and Runnemede are also closed right now.

Just last week, several MVC locations stopped allowing walk-ins, switching to an appointment-only system.

The following MVC Vehicle Centers are now appointment-only:

--Cherry Hill


--Jersey City








Customers may go to NJMVC.gov to make an appointment.

Related: MVC sees long lines as customers wait overnight at locations across state

For the latest MVC news and updates, visit NJMVC.gov, and follow the MVC on Twitter (@NJ_MVC), Facebook (NewJerseyMVC), and Instagram (njmvc).

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