Springfield, Paterson MVC offices reopen after shutting down when employees tested positive for COVID-19

The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Offices in Springfield and Paterson reopened this morning after shutting down abruptly when employees tested positive for coronavirus.
The morning line is gone in Springfield, as many people have been served, while some retreated to their cars because of the rain. But earlier this morning, the line had wrapped around the corner before sunrise. The center opened at 8 a.m.
Todd, of Colonia, understood those who were present Tuesday and had to come back after the employee tested positive. Motor Vehicles also said three Springfield employees called out for today. Almost two hours after he got his ticket and less than an hour inside, Todd was finished. 
“The problem was they had people from the other day today,” says Todd. “I know last time it took five minutes. Today, just they had trouble from the other day.”
Dozens of people were showing up Wednesday morning in Springfield, thinking the office was open, not receiving word that several offices around New Jersey were closed Tuesday after motor vehicle employees tested positive for coronavirus.
Here are the statuses of the other locations, and when they are scheduled to reopen:
Newark Regional/Licensing Center: Saturday, Oct. 17.
North Bergen Licensing Center: Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Delanco Licensing Center: Saturday, Oct. 24 (Inspections and road tests still open).
Eatontown Licensing Center: Saturday, Oct. 24 (Inspections and road tests still open).
Runnemede Vehicle Center: Monday, Oct. 26.
MVC officials remind people to check their website before doing anything, as well as checking to make sure the facility is open, because coronavirus testing makes it an hour-by-hour situation.