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Egg Harbor Twp. DMV closed until May 7 due to COVID-19 shutdown
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Egg Harbor Twp. DMV closed until May 7 due to COVID-19 shutdown

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Motor Vehicle Agency in Egg Harbor Township. (The Press of Atlantic City / Edward Lea Staff Photographer)

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission's Cardiff Licensing Center in the township is temporarily closed due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19, according to a MVC spokesman.

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The center will reopen on Friday, May 7.

The employee who tested positive was last in the agency on Thursday, April 22.

Branch closures are also noted on the MVC's website at Nj.gov/mvc/locations/facilitystatus.htm

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