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NJ Department of Health Investigating Three Cases of Legionnaires' Disease Associated with a Hotel Stay

PO Box 360 Trenton, NJ 08625-0360For Release:May 18, 2022 Judith M. PersichilliCommissioner For Further Information Contact:Office of Communications(609) 984-7160 The New Jersey Department of Health in coordination with the Parsippany-Troy Hills Health and Human Services Department is investigating three cases of Legionnaires’ disease in guests who stayed at the Hilton/Hampton Inn Parsippany Hotel last year. Legionnaires’ disease i...

PO Box 360 Trenton, NJ 08625-0360

For Release:May 18, 2022

Judith M. PersichilliCommissioner For Further Information Contact:Office of Communications(609) 984-7160

The New Jersey Department of Health in coordination with the Parsippany-Troy Hills Health and Human Services Department is investigating three cases of Legionnaires’ disease in guests who stayed at the Hilton/Hampton Inn Parsippany Hotel last year. Legionnaires’ disease is a type of pneumonia caused by breathing in Legionella bacteria.

The guests visited the hotel, located at 1 Hilton Ct., between July 2021 and October 2021. The individuals range in age from 52 to 77 and have since recovered.

After the second case was identified in February 2022, the Department in coordination with the Parsippany-Troy Hills Health and Human Services Department began an outbreak investigation to determine if the hotel was a possible source of these infections. Health officials visited the site in February and instructed hotel management to collect samples from the building’s water system for Legionella testing. The Department received the water testing results in April which revealed the presence of Legionella bacteria in the building’s water system that is used for purposes such as showering, washing hands, and brushing teeth.

The hotel management is taking action to disinfect the building’s water system; however, the risk of developing Legionnaires’ disease among recent, current, and future guests is ongoing.

The risk of Legionnaires’ disease among healthy individuals is low. Most healthy people exposed to Legionella do not develop Legionnaires’ disease. People over the age of 50, former or current smokers, or those with certain medical conditions, including weakened immune systems, chronic lung disease or other chronic health conditions, are at increased risk for the disease.

Guests who have one of the above risk factors are encouraged to find alternative accommodations or to take precautions while visiting the hotel to avoid exposure to water by not showering, limiting use of sinks, and not using tap water for respiratory equipment.

All guests who recently visited or plan to stay at the hotel should monitor their health for 14 days for symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle aches, and headaches. If symptoms develop within two weeks of their check-out date, they should immediately visit their healthcare provider. Guests who stayed at the Hilton/Hampton Parsippany more than two weeks ago and have not developed symptoms are no longer at risk for the disease as a result of their visit.

The symptoms are similar to those seen in cases of COVID-19, so it is important to seek medical care as soon as possible to receive appropriate testing and treatment.

Legionnaires’ disease is treatable with antibiotics, but can cause severe illness and even death.

People can get Legionnaires’ disease by breathing in aerosolized water (small droplets of water in the air) containing Legionella bacteria. Aerosolized water can come from showerheads and sink faucets, hot tubs, decorative fountains, and cooling towers (air-conditioning units for large buildings). Less commonly, people can get sick by aspiration of tap water containing Legionella. This happens when water accidently goes into the lungs while drinking (“goes down the wrong pipe”). People at increased risk of aspiration water include those with swallowing difficulties.

Please call your Local Health Department if you were diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease after visiting the Hilton/Hampton Inn Parsippany Hotel. In February 2022, the Department has distributed a request to public health agencies across the state and country to report cases of Legionnaires’ disease with a travel history to Parsippany-Troy Hills. Other state Health Departments can report cases among their residents to New Jersey Department of Health’s Communicable Disease Service at (609) 826-5964.

For more information on Legionnaire’s disease, please visit the Department website at https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/legion.shtml

embecta opens new global headquarters in Parsippany, N.J.

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Jan. 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Embecta Corp. (“embecta”) (Nasdaq: EMBC), one of the largest pure-play diabetes care companies in the world following its April 1, 2022, spinoff from Becton, Dickinson and Company (“BD”), today held a grand opening ceremony at its new global headquarters office at 300 Kimball Drive, Suite 300, in Parsippany, N.J. The site will be home to members of the leadership team, global support functions and the North America commercial organization. embecta has approximately 2...

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Jan. 25, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Embecta Corp. (“embecta”) (Nasdaq: EMBC), one of the largest pure-play diabetes care companies in the world following its April 1, 2022, spinoff from Becton, Dickinson and Company (“BD”), today held a grand opening ceremony at its new global headquarters office at 300 Kimball Drive, Suite 300, in Parsippany, N.J. The site will be home to members of the leadership team, global support functions and the North America commercial organization. embecta has approximately 2,000 employees worldwide.

“With a number of our employees currently making their homes in New Jersey, the ability to tap into one of the nation’s most significant concentrations of highly-educated, experienced medical technology talent, and easy access to international airports and interstate highways, we see Parsippany as the ideal location to establish our worldwide headquarters,” said Devdatt (Dev) Kurdikar, president and chief executive officer, embecta. “We are a new company, but our roots in New Jersey go back nearly 100 years when, as part of BD, we developed the first dedicated insulin syringe in 1924. We’re looking forward to advancing that legacy as we continue to develop and provide solutions that make life better for people living with diabetes.”

The 55,600-square-foot office suite is designed to give employees the tools and flexibility they need to collaborate both in-person and on a global scale as they work with geographically dispersed teams to meet the needs of customers in over 100 countries. In addition to ample open workspace, the suite features numerous spaces for collaboration with the latest video conferencing technology, huddle rooms, and reservable private spaces, as well as a showroom for product demonstrations and on-site customer meetings. CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, has been embecta’s partner in choosing, designing and building out the office.

“We’re pleased that embecta has chosen to make a long-term commitment to New Jersey, adding to the roster of life sciences and medical technology companies that make the core of the Garden State’s innovation economy,” said Governor Phil Murphy. “Diabetes is one of the world’s most pressing health care issues, with an enormous cost burden and a societal impact that extends to friends, loved ones and caregivers. embecta’s vision of a life unlimited by diabetes is closely aligned with our own efforts to invest in, and expand, the state’s public health infrastructure.”

About embecta embecta is one of the largest pure-play diabetes care companies in the world, leveraging its nearly 100-year legacy in insulin delivery to empower people with diabetes to live their best life through innovative solutions, partnerships and the passion of approximately 2,000 employees around the globe. For more information, visit embecta.com, the content of which is not a part of this press release.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day In Parsippany: Events, What's Open, Closed

Here's how the Parsippany area will honor Martin Luther King Jr., plus the holiday's impact on transit, garbage/recycling pickup and more.PARSIPPANY, NJ — The nation marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day this Monday. Several Parsippany-area events will recognize the civil rights leader. And while many may have to work, most schools and government offices will take a break.Here's how the Parsippany area will honor Dr. King, along with what will remain open and what will close for the holiday.EVENTS...

Here's how the Parsippany area will honor Martin Luther King Jr., plus the holiday's impact on transit, garbage/recycling pickup and more.

PARSIPPANY, NJ — The nation marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day this Monday. Several Parsippany-area events will recognize the civil rights leader. And while many may have to work, most schools and government offices will take a break.

Here's how the Parsippany area will honor Dr. King, along with what will remain open and what will close for the holiday.

EVENTS

2023 MLK Day Commemorative Service

10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Calvary Baptist Church (10 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Morristown)

The Martin Luther King Observance Committee, based in Morristown, will celebrate King's legacy with a service of commemoration. This year's keynote speaker is Rev. Dr. David Jefferson, pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Newark.

The theme for this year is "From Dream to Action: Healing Our Division," emphasizing "action and positive movement towards creating an environment where all Americans can thrive." Following the service, the event will feature a series of panel discussions. Read more: MLK Observance Returns For 53rd Year At Morristown Church

The event will also be livestreamed. Find more info and get tickets here.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Day: Acts of Kindness

12-5 p.m. Monday, The Newark Museum of Art (49 Washington St., Newark)

The celebration of King's legacy will highlight his teachings of social justice and service to the community. The event will feature performances, hands-on activities and opportunities to help others.

The event is free. Reserve a spot here.

Free National Park Admission

Monday, all national parks

The National Park Service will waive admission fees for the federal holiday. For Parsippany residents, some of the closest options include Morristown National Historical Park, Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park and Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange.

What's Open, What's Closed?

Many businesses and institutions remain open on MLK Day, as only 45 percent of U.S. employers offer a paid day off, CNBC reported in 2019. But more workplaces are recognizing the holiday, as only 28 percent gave the day off in 2009, according to Bloomberg Law.

As a federal and state holiday, many government services are closed on MLK Day. Here's a look at what's open and closed around Parsippany.

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Houlihan’s Abruptly Closed Its Doors

PARSIPPANY — Houlihan’s abruptly closed its doors on Thursday, September 30. The sign was removed off the building, the sign on Route 46 was painted white and a sign was posted on window.The post on the door read “We’re Closed. We are deeply saddened to announce the permanent closure of this location. We value our employees, their dedication to the company and we are working to relocate them immediately to one of our many sisten locations nearby. We are grateful for the support of our community and encourage lo...

PARSIPPANY — Houlihan’s abruptly closed its doors on Thursday, September 30. The sign was removed off the building, the sign on Route 46 was painted white and a sign was posted on window.

The post on the door read “We’re Closed. We are deeply saddened to announce the permanent closure of this location. We value our employees, their dedication to the company and we are working to relocate them immediately to one of our many sisten locations nearby. We are grateful for the support of our community and encourage local patron to visit our sister locations in Ramsey, Secaucus or Paramus.”

It was obvious that employees in the Parsippany location didn’t know of the closing, because on Sunday, they participated in the Parsippany Fall Festival, advertising for help as well handing out coupons to the public.

A post on Parsippany Focus Facebook page by Cheri Will Costello said “My son got a call Tuesday to come in tonight [Thursday] for a job interview. We show up and the signs are posted. Why were they advertising “Hiring” just this past Sunday at the fair?!

Paul Anderson said “We just got a ton of coupons for free kids meals and other things from them at the street fair!”

Ramsey, Secaucus, New Brunswick, Holmdel and Paramus and well as a location in New York are still open.

The Parsippany location, among others, were previously owned A.C.E. Restaurant Group Inc. and was sold in 2018 to Landry’s. Houlihan’s Restaurants, Inc., a diversified restaurant company acquired the 17 Houlihan’s restaurants located in New York and New Jersey owned by A.C.E. Restaurant Group (ACE), ACE was the single largest Houlihan’s franchisee. The location opened in 2014. (Click here to read related article)

Houlihan’s is part of the Landry’s, Inc., located in Houston, Texas.

Parsippany Focus reached out to their corporate office to inquire about the Parsippany location and was told “no comment.”

Landry is in the hospitality, entertainment and gaming business. Some of the other restaurant groups owned by Landry include The Chart House, Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Bristol Seafood Group, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Joe’s Crab Shack, Landry’s Seafood House, and McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood and Steak.

A.C.E. Restaurant Group Inc, in 2018, owned 15 Houlihan’s restaurants across the state and was fined and agreed to pay $5 million in back wages and damages to more than 1,000 workers after allegedly denying overtime pay and forcing workers to pay twice for shift meals. The restaurants were accused by the Department of Labor in 2015 of violating the Fair Labor Standards Act.

The US Department of Labor filed a lawsuit against two companies — one in New Jersey and another in New York — that are owned by Arnold Runestad of Bergen County, who was President of A.C.E.

The New Jersey restaurants include locations in Bayonne, Brick, Bridgewater, Cherry Hill, Eatontown, Fairfield, Hasbrouck Heights, Holmdel, Lawrenceville, Metuchen/Woodbridge, New Brunswick, Paramus, Parsippany, Ramsey, Secaucus and Weehawken, according to the labor department.

A.C.E. Restaurant Group was based in Saddle Brook, while another company owned by Runestad operated two Houlihan’s in New York.

Between the 17 locations, there were 1,471 current and former employees affected, according to officials.

Parsippany Summer Concerts Are Back!

PARSIPPANY — With a generous donation from Provident Bank, the Summer Concert Series return to Parsippany. (Click here to read related article.)The first concert will be on Thursday, July 28 a t 7:30 p.m. featuring Street Hassle.The second concert is schedule for Thursday, August 25 featuring Parsippany’s own Overboard Band.Both concerts will be held at Veterans Me...

PARSIPPANY — With a generous donation from Provident Bank, the Summer Concert Series return to Parsippany. (Click here to read related article.)

The first concert will be on Thursday, July 28 a t 7:30 p.m. featuring Street Hassle.

The second concert is schedule for Thursday, August 25 featuring Parsippany’s own Overboard Band.

Both concerts will be held at Veterans Memorial Park, 1839 Route 46.

Please note pets are not permitted in the park.

Provident Bank donated $5,000 to sponsor the Parsippany Summer Concert Series. They will be represented with a stage banner at all the summer concerts and given the opportunity to market and promote any of their products or services to all attendees.

Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor Jamie Barberio was present when Ylka Padilla, Vice President, Market Manager Provident Bank and Marshall Covert, Banking Center Manager, presented the check to the Township.

Provident Bank is located at 401 Smith Road.

Steve Hantis started Street Hassle in the early 80s. The band was originally a four piece with roots embedded in 60’s rock and Detroit & Memphis soul. The band began on the bar circuit and evolved through the college, club and theater scene. Since then, the band has continued to develop and refine its powerful, organic sound expanding to include a top notch horn section and two world class female vocalists. The band’s reputation has continued to grow as it has branched out into opening for national acts, headlining major outdoor events, weddings, private parties and corporate functions.

OVERBOARD plays anything from classic party songs to alternative to oldies and adds their own interpretation (nothing is off limits) to every song.

Flipper, the kilt wearing front man, lead vocalist, and guitarist has more energy than anyone in the room and makes sure that everyone is exhausted when the show is over.

At first glance “The Admiral”, on bass and vocals, seems innocent enough, although on stage the opposite is true. His swaying “instrument” lulls the audience into a false sense of security and that is when he lowers the boom.

Larry (lead guitar/vocals) He got his nickname “LSD”, because he is such a trip on and off his guitar!

Bobby Gizzi (keyboards/sax/vocals) is the virtuoso of the band. There is nothing he can’t play and whenever he touches the keys and sax, the stage lights up!

Mike DeAngelo (drums/vocals) adds a solid beat so you all can dance and if you listen to him closely you’ll catch bit of comic relief in between his backing vocals.

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