An additional 6,046 COVID-19 tests returned favorable Sunday in New Jersey– the highest number the state has actually seen in a single day considering that the beginning of the pandemic in March. This is the third record-high for New Jersey this week, with 4,913 and 5,673 tape-recorded on Thursday and Friday, respectively. Sixteen deaths were likewise reported.”These numbers speak for themselves, “Gov. Phil Murphy said.
“Mask up. Social distance. Wash your hands. Prevent events. “Bergen County accounted for the highest number of cases (552), with Hudson
and Essex trailing behind at 533 and 520. Camden and Burlington reported 511 and 313 new cases Sunday, with Gloucester and Mercer
reporting 248 and 210. As of Saturday night, there were 3,241 confirmed or thought COVID-19 clients in the state's healthcare facilities
, down 23 individuals from Friday. There were 70 New Jersey schools with break outs reported as of Sunday afternoon. A lot of were in Camden( 10), Bergen( 9), Cape
May(7) and Ocean/Salem counties (5 each). A new set of rules to assist slow the spread are set to take effect this week. Those consist of the suspension of indoor sports for youth, high school
and adult leagues, up until a minimum of January. Click on this link to sign up for Daily Voice's complimentary day-to-day e-mails and news alerts.