New Jersey reported 90 new coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, the highest single day total since June. The state also reported 4,661 new coronavirus cases and announced that there are now over 3,000 residents who are hospitalized with the virus.
New Jersey reported over 3,100 new coronavirus cases on Monday. Governor Phil Murphy has instructed anyone who attended a Thanksgiving event with members who are not immediate family to get a Covid-19 test. There are nearly 3,000 people hospitalized with the virus, and 26 new in-hospital deaths.
Indoor youth and adult sports are both prohibited in New Jersey from December 5th through January 2nd. Governor Phil Murphy made that announcement Monday in an attempt to cut down on the spread of coronavirus. Collegiate and professional sports are not impacted.
Outdoor gathering restrictions will drop to 25 as of December 7th. Governor Phil Murphy announced a new restriction to cap the number of people gathered outside; religious and political events are excluded. Murphy also notes that outdoor dining is not impacted by this new order as people gathered outside to dine at individual tables is…
There are expected to be more changes announced by Governor Murphy during his press conference Monday. NJ.com reports that Murphy will announce the prohibition of indoor youth and high school sports through January 2nd, and reduce outdoor gathering limits to just 25. Murphy is expected to make these announcements during his Covid-19 briefing Monday afternoon. …
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says a complete state shutdown remains on the table, but he’s certainly hoping it will be avoided. Murphy appeared on Fox News Sunday and stated that a state shutdown would be a last resort. He does say the state faces huge challenges over the next 90 days.
New Jersey added over 3,800 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. State health officials also reported 13 new deaths from the virus. This is the second day in a row where the number of new cases were under 4,000.
3,924 new cases of coronavirus were reported by the State on Saturday. New Jersey is hovering right around the 4,000 caseload per day average in recent weeks. The rate of transmission has dropped to 1.16. State officials fear that the Thanksgiving holiday and visitation will result in a further uptick in cases.
There are 4,100 new cases of coronavirus reported in New Jersey Friday. State health officials say there are also 19 new confirmed deaths. The total number of cases in the State since the beginning of the pandemic is 326,473.
New Jersey is suggesting now that all school districts in the State should consider fully remote learning, and suspend in-class education. A new school map released by the State Friday puts all of New Jersey in the orange, or “high”, category. Cape May County was among the last counties to switch to orange, and that…