Another state Motor Vehicle Commission agency closed its doors Thursday, bringing the number of centers that have shuttered due to COVID-19 to nine.
The Lodi licensing center was closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 and will reopen on Dec. 3, the state announced Thursday evening.
It was unclear when the infected employee was last in the building.
Eight other MVC Centers remain closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19 at each location, and will reopen on the following dates:
- Trenton Regional/Vehicle Center – reopens Friday.
- Eatontown Regional/Licensing Center – reopens Friday.
- Rahway Licensing Center – reopens Nov. 24.
- Bayonne Licensing Center – reopens Nov. 25.
- Wallington Vehicle Center – reopens Nov. 25.
- Lakewood Vehicle Center – reopens Nov. 28.
- Flemington Vehicle Center – reopens Nov. 30.
- Delanco Center -reopens Nov. 30.
The Runnemede Vehicle Center reopened Thursday.
Drivers should check the NJMVC.gov website before going to an agency to determine its status.
Reporter Larry Higgs contributed to this article.
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