In-Person Visits to Resume at Atlantic County Nursing Home in Jail | Local News
In response to the easing of federal and state COVID-19 restrictions, visitors are re-permitted to the Meadowview Atlantic County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Northfield and will soon be permitted to the Mays County Jail Landing, county officials said Wednesday.
Starting Thursday, Meadowview is accepting 30-minute tours by appointment from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, with a choice of in-person (indoor or outdoor) or virtual tours. Appointments can be made at aclink.org/meadowview or by calling 609-645-5955.
The prison will begin accepting visitors on June 7 by appointment. Appointments will be available daily, but dates and times will vary depending on the places of detention within the facility. Appointments can be made at aclink.org/adult-detention.
Visitors to Meadowview or the prison should wear masks, regardless of their immunization status, in accordance with applicable federal and state guidelines.
“This is certainly good news for those who have patiently waited for the opportunity to visit loved ones,” County Director Dennis Levinson said in a press release. “As the restrictions are lifted, we will continue to follow protocols to help ensure the health and safety of everyone involved.”