Morristown rallies to help hospital workers on COVID-19 front lines

March 24, 2020

When local residents realized that Morristown Medical Center may come under siege from the spreading coronavirus, they organized to let hospital workers know that the community has their backs.

One grassroots effort is preparing to provide snack packages and crocs (the rubber footwear that staff easily wear out) to two shifts of emergency room employees.

Commentary by Linda Stamato, Morristown Green, March 23, 2020

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