The number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey held fairly steady on Saturday with 4,626 new cases reported on Saturday. There are 74 additional deaths reported. The number of hospitalizations has dropped to just over 3,000, the lowest number since late November.
New Jersey is reporting 83 additional deaths from coronavirus. Governor Phil Murphy announced that there are 3,116 patients in the hospital with the virus, with 548 patients in the intensive care unit. The statewide rate of transmission is still below one percent.
TD Bank is closing 13 branches throughout New Jersey, but none of them are in our area. NJ.com reports the locations for all of the branches being closed in New Jersey, and the closest ones to our area are in Cherry Hill and Toms River. The bank chain is closing down about six percent of…
New Jersey reported 82 new deaths from coronavirus on Thursday. State officials say there were nearly 4,000 new cases of the virus reported over the past 24 hours. Governor Murphy says the state is beginning to see the light, but there is more work to do.
New Jersey Transit is entitled to $300 million in insurance damages from Hurricane Sandy. A court ruled that the insurers must cough up the huge settlement, instead of $100 million they thought was owed. Various busses and trains were deluged by the super storm.
There is good news to report on the coronavirus front in New Jersey. The rate of transmission continues to drop, and today it stands at 0.91. That means the rate of the spread of the virus is slowing down. The state did confirm 107 new deaths on Wednesday.
New Jersey has vaccinated more people than the number of people who have actually contracted coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced Wednesday that over 642,000 people in the Garden State have received vaccines. Murphy is encouraged by news that more vaccines may be coming to New Jersey for distribution.
New Jersey reported 133 additional deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday. New figures show 4,117 additional cases of the virus reported. There are now over 602,000 cases of the virus since the pandemic began nearly a year ago.
New Jersey has vaccinated over 560,000 residents this winter. The vaccines have been distributed statewide at some super centers; in Cape May County, the Avalon Community Hall is being used for vaccines. Governor Murphy says the State intends to accelerate the vaccination program, but more doses are needed.
A 51 year old man from Carney’s Point has been sentenced to five years in prison for distributing child pornography on the internet. Robert N. Mahmud received the prison term and must serve at least half of the term in prison before becoming eligible for parole. He had in his possession approximately 250 files of…