Another state Motor Vehicle Commission agency closed Wednesday after an employee in the Wallington Vehicle Center tested positive for the coronavirus, making it the eleventh facility currently shut down.
The employee who tested positive was last in the agency on Tuesday, MVC officials said. It is scheduled to reopen on Dec. 23, after cleaning, contact tracing and any necessary employee quarantining has taken place.
It comes on the heels of the Toms River MVC agency closing on Tuesday. Drivers received a tiny break when two other previously closed agencies reopened Tuesday.
The scales stayed balanced because the Cherry Hill Vehicle Center reopened Wednesday.
Other agencies are scheduled to reopen on the following dates:Medford Vehicle Center – reopens Dec 12.Springfield Vehicle Center – reopens Dec. 12.Randolph Licensing Center – reopens Dec. 12.Eatontown Regional/Licensing Center – reopens Dec. 15.Newark Regional/ Licensing Center - reopens Dec. 16.Trenton Regional/ Vehicle Center- reopens Dec.16.Flemington Licensing Center – reopens Dec. 16.North Bergen Licensing Center – reopens Dec. 17.Freehold Licensing Center – reopens Dec. 17.Toms River Licensing Center – reopens Dec. 22.
Drivers should check the status of the agency they intend to visit on NJMVC.gov before traveling there.
They also should check the new “cheat sheet” guide on the MVC website to determine if they need an appointment or can do their transactions on the MVC website.
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