Three N.J. State Building Being Monitored for Bed Bugs

Three N.J. State Building Being Monitored for Bed Bugs

Bed bugs were reported at three N.J. state buildings last week, but officials told NJ.com that the areas were being treated and monitored.

November 2, 2016

TRENTON, N.J. —  Bed bugs were reported at three N.J. state buildings last week, but officials told NJ.com that the areas were being treated and monitored. 

NJ.com reported that pests were sighted in the Department of Health's leased office space at 50 East State St., the Department of Labor and Workforce Development and the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex.

Department of Health spokeswoman Nicole Kirgan said that the sixth floor was closed last Tuesday for inspection and treatment after the bugs were found. Monitors were put on the third, fourth and sixth floors where DOH employees work and will be checked weekly for two months, Kirgan said.

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Source: NJ.com