N.J. reports 346 new COVID-19 cases, 3 deaths as several school districts alter reopening plans due to positi – NJ.com

New Jersey reported 346 new coronavirus favorable tests and 3 extra deaths on Monday as a number of school districts were required to change in-person reopening plans due to cases involving trainees and staff.The states rate of transmission held constant Monday at 1.06 after falling for 4 consecutive days and stays above the critical mark of 1 that shows the states outbreak is expanding. Amongst them, 91 people were in intensive or crucial care, including 41 people on ventilators.COUNTY-BY-COUNTY NUMBERS: Atlantic County: 3,895 favorable test outcomes (8 brand-new), 242 confirmed deaths (11 possible)Bergen County: 21,995 favorable test results (33 brand-new), 1,799 verified deaths (243 probable)Burlington County: 6,747 favorable test outcomes (27 brand-new), 450 validated deaths (39 possible)Camden County: 9,506 positive test outcomes (31 new), 545 confirmed deaths (53 likely)Cape May County: 968 positive test results (8 new), 87 verified deaths (7 probable)Cumberland County: 3,698 positive test results (8 brand-new), 149 confirmed deaths (8 possible)Essex County: 20,669 favorable test outcomes (15 brand-new), 1,894 confirmed deaths (229 probable)Gloucester County: 4,082 positive test results (25 new), 217 verified deaths (7 likely)Hudson County: 20,385 favorable test outcomes (12 brand-new), 1,352 verified deaths (160 likely)Hunterdon County: 1,264 positive test outcomes (9 new), 71 confirmed deaths (54 likely)Mercer County: 8,498 positive test outcomes (7 new), 598 confirmed deaths (36 possible)Middlesex County: 18,870 favorable test outcomes (28 brand-new), 1,220 validated deaths (202 likely)Monmouth County: 11,217 positive test results (24 new), 771 validated deaths (92 likely)Morris County: 7,647 positive test results (20 new), 686 validated deaths (145 likely)Ocean County: 11,774 favorable test results (34 brand-new), 973 verified deaths (64 likely)Passaic County: 18,673 favorable test outcomes (11 brand-new), 1,106 verified deaths (143 likely)Salem County: 1,016 positive test outcomes (1 brand-new), 83 verified deaths (6 possible)Somerset County: 5,575 positive test results (20 brand-new), 494 verified deaths (74 likely)Sussex County: 1,428 favorable test results (3 brand-new), 161 verified deaths (37 possible)Union County: 17,324 positive test results (11 new), 1,189 confirmed deaths (166 possible)Warren County: 1,424 favorable test outcomes (5 brand-new), 158 verified deaths (13 possible)Murphy said late last week the state is keeping a close eye on key numbers as New Jersey schools reopen to a mix of in-person, remote and hybrid learning plans. That indicates 6% of locals in that group that have actually been checked for COVID-19 have checked positive.The percent positivity amongst all other age groups is “decreasing or remaining flat,” the commissioner said last week.New Jersey has started reopening some of the companies listed in Stage 3 of its healing plan with fitness centers, movie theaters, indoor carrying out arts places, and indoor dining at bars and dining establishments permitted to resume earlier this month with capability limits and restrictions.Murphy has actually said he could tighten up guidelines if there are continual increases or if companies and patrons do not comply with the rules.As of Monday early morning, there have actually been more than 29 million favorable COVID-19 tests throughout the globe, according to a running tally by Johns Hopkins University.

New Jersey reported 346 brand-new coronavirus positive tests and 3 extra deaths on Monday as a number of school districts were forced to change in-person resuming strategies due to cases involving students and staff.The states rate of transmission held steady Monday at 1.06 after falling for four consecutive days and remains above the critical mark of 1 that shows the states outbreak is expanding. Amongst them, 91 individuals were in intensive or critical care, including 41 people on ventilators.COUNTY-BY-COUNTY NUMBERS: Atlantic County: 3,895 favorable test results (8 new), 242 confirmed deaths (11 probable)Bergen County: 21,995 positive test results (33 new), 1,799 confirmed deaths (243 possible)Burlington County: 6,747 positive test outcomes (27 new), 450 confirmed deaths (39 possible)Camden County: 9,506 favorable test results (31 new), 545 verified deaths (53 likely)Cape May County: 968 positive test results (8 brand-new), 87 verified deaths (7 likely)Cumberland County: 3,698 favorable test outcomes (8 new), 149 verified deaths (8 possible)Essex County: 20,669 positive test results (15 brand-new), 1,894 confirmed deaths (229 probable)Gloucester County: 4,082 positive test results (25 brand-new), 217 verified deaths (7 likely)Hudson County: 20,385 favorable test outcomes (12 new), 1,352 verified deaths (160 possible)Hunterdon County: 1,264 favorable test outcomes (9 brand-new), 71 validated deaths (54 probable)Mercer County: 8,498 positive test results (7 brand-new), 598 validated deaths (36 likely)Middlesex County: 18,870 favorable test results (28 brand-new), 1,220 validated deaths (202 possible)Monmouth County: 11,217 positive test outcomes (24 new), 771 verified deaths (92 likely)Morris County: 7,647 favorable test results (20 brand-new), 686 confirmed deaths (145 possible)Ocean County: 11,774 positive test outcomes (34 new), 973 validated deaths (64 likely)Passaic County: 18,673 favorable test results (11 new), 1,106 verified deaths (143 probable)Salem County: 1,016 favorable test results (1 new), 83 verified deaths (6 probable)Somerset County: 5,575 positive test outcomes (20 new), 494 verified deaths (74 probable)Sussex County: 1,428 positive test outcomes (3 new), 161 confirmed deaths (37 probable)Union County: 17,324 favorable test outcomes (11 new), 1,189 verified deaths (166 probable)Warren County: 1,424 positive test results (5 brand-new), 158 verified deaths (13 likely)Murphy stated late last week the state is keeping a close eye on essential numbers as New Jersey schools resume to a mix of in-person, remote and hybrid learning strategies. That implies 6% of citizens in that group that have been checked for COVID-19 have checked positive.The percent positivity amongst all other age groups is “declining or staying flat,” the commissioner said last week.New Jersey has actually started reopening some of the organizations noted in Stage 3 of its healing plan with fitness centers, film theaters, indoor performing arts places, and indoor dining at bars and restaurants permitted to reopen earlier this month with capability limits and restrictions.Murphy has stated he might tighten standards if there are sustained boosts or if services and clients do not comply with the rules.As of Monday early morning, there have actually been more than 29 million positive COVID-19 tests across the world, according to a running tally by Johns Hopkins University.

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