Insider NJ’s COVID-19 Information Update Center

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Welcome to InsiderNJ’s COVID-19 update center. Here readers will find the information we post related to the outbreak, in one place, including statements and announcements from official sources, be they governmental agencies, departments, or elected officials, from the state, county, and local levels as InsiderNJ becomes aware of them.  There’s a lot of information coming through, and we know it can be challenging to keep up. Our aim is to segment the information in a digestible format, along with links for further reading. This update tracker will serve as a chronological reference tool for better understanding the developing narrative, the gravest and most challenging facing New Jersey since Super Storm Sandy. This is by no means to be construed as a complete picture of the entirety of the COVID-19 impact on the state, but aims to provide an easy-to-access and easy-to-follow tool for updates, as we receive that information, housed in a simple format under one roof. We thank you for your attention and wish all of our readers, wherever they may be, safety and health as we face this danger together.  Follow Insider NJ’s County COVID-19 Data Center for regular county updates.


Note: The Insider COVID Update Center will resume updates in the coming days.


9/15 8:14am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/15/2020


9/14 7:57am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/14/2020


9/11 7:58am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/11/2020


9/10 11:59am: The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) received 22,703* new unemployment claims last week, a 12.5 percent increase over the week prior.


9/10 7am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/10/2020


9/9 9:35am: In an effort to address the difficulties of those struggling to manage remote instruction, Senate President Pro Tempore M. Teresa Ruiz introduced two bills to assist both parents and teachers in balancing personal childcare and work responsibilities.


9/9 7:30am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/9/2020


9/8 3:05pm: With restaurants and movie theaters now open, albeit with limited capacity, just how did things go over the holiday weekend? Pretty good, according to the governor.


9/8 2:42pm: Governor Phil Murphy and State Police Superintendent Colonel Pat Callahan today announced Administrative Order 2020-21, which clarifies that health club facilities located in hotels, motels, condominiums, cooperatives, corporate offices, and other businesses can open their indoor premises.


9/8 12:54pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 1pm.

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 194,667 cases and 14,213 fatalities (and 1,783 probable fatalities) as of Tuesday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

7 New Positives 242 Confirmed Deaths
3,827 Positive Test Results 11 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

27 New Positives 1,796 Confirmed Deaths
21,844 Positive Test Results 242 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

22 New Positives 444 Confirmed Deaths
6,606 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

21 New Positives 542 Confirmed Deaths
9,355 Positive Test Results 52 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

7 New Positives 87 Confirmed Deaths
944 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

7 New Positives 148 Confirmed Deaths
3,638 Positive Test Results 8 Probable Deaths
Essex County

21 New Positives 1,892 Confirmed Deaths
20,545 Positive Test Results 229 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

23 New Positives 216 Confirmed Deaths
3,853 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

7 New Positives 1,352 Confirmed Deaths
20,293 Positive Test Results 160 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

2 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,235 Positive Test Results 55 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

11 New Positives 596 Confirmed Deaths
8,432 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

22 New Positives 1,219 Confirmed Deaths
18,625 Positive Test Results 201 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

14 New Positives 768 Confirmed Deaths
10,966 Positive Test Results 92 Probable Deaths
Morris County

10 New Positives 686 Confirmed Deaths
7,592 Positive Test Results 144 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

24 New Positives 967 Confirmed Deaths
11,522 Positive Test Results 63 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

16 New Positives 1,105 Confirmed Deaths
18,533 Positive Test Results 143 Probable Deaths
Salem County

5 New Positives 83 Confirmed Deaths
999 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

6 New Positives 493 Confirmed Deaths
5,481 Positive Test Results 73 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

5 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,421 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Union County

21 New Positives 1,188 Confirmed Deaths
17,238 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Warren County

1 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,411 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths


9/8 11:57am: The updated travel quarantine advisory includes 35 States and Territories: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, and West Virginia


9/8 11:30am: County COVID-19 Totals as of Tuesday:

Atlantic: 4,063

Hunterdon: 1,233

Camden: 10,013

Ocean: 11,475

Morris: 7,584

Middlesex: 19,144

Monmouth: 23 new cases

Burlington: 6,595


9/8 7:25am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/8/2020


9/3 10:30am: The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development received roughly 20,000 new unemployment claims last week, virtually the same number as were filed the prior week, though the number could fluctuate in coming weeks with the limited reopening of schools and gyms and the resumption of some indoor dining.


9/2 10:34am: Today, Governor Phil Murphy, Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin announced the state will provide CARES Act funding for the reopening of 26 Sheltered Workshop programs throughout the state.


9/2 8:09am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/2/2020


9/1 7:30pm: The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 192,290 cases and 14,170 fatalities (and 1,780 probable fatalities).

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

12 New Positives 240 Confirmed Deaths
3,763 Positive Test Results 11 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

36 New Positives 1,793 Confirmed Deaths
21,665 Positive Test Results 242 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

27 New Positives 442 Confirmed Deaths
6,421 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

24 New Positives 538 Confirmed Deaths
9,178 Positive Test Results 52 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

3 New Positives 87 Confirmed Deaths
908 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

15 New Positives 147 Confirmed Deaths
3,587 Positive Test Results 8 Probable Deaths
Essex County

43 New Positives 1,887 Confirmed Deaths
20,368 Positive Test Results 229 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

23 New Positives 213 Confirmed Deaths
3,708 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

17 New Positives 1,348 Confirmed Deaths
20,163 Positive Test Results 160 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

0 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,212 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

9 New Positives 594 Confirmed Deaths
8,342 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

18 New Positives 1,216 Confirmed Deaths
18,468 Positive Test Results 201 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

28 New Positives 766 Confirmed Deaths
10,763 Positive Test Results 92 Probable Deaths
Morris County

16 New Positives 685 Confirmed Deaths
7,507 Positive Test Results 144 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

33 New Positives 961 Confirmed Deaths
11,213 Positive Test Results 62 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

30 New Positives 1,103 Confirmed Deaths
18,380 Positive Test Results 142 Probable Deaths
Salem County

0 New Positives 83 Confirmed Deaths
980 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

8 New Positives 493 Confirmed Deaths
5,425 Positive Test Results 74 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

6 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,402 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Union County

12 New Positives 1,185 Confirmed Deaths
17,124 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Warren County

2 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,397 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths


9/1 2:40pm: The state’s quarantine advisory was updated to 33 States and Territories: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Virgin Islands, and Wisconsin


9/1 12:30pm: Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 183, which establishes rules for the resumption of indoor dining on Friday, September 4 at 6:00 a.m., provided businesses comply with the health and safety standards issued by the Department of Health.


9/1 8am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 9/1/2020


8/31 12:50pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 1:15pm.

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 191,960 cases and 14,165 fatalities (and 1,780 probable fatalities) as of Monday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

12 New Positives 240 Confirmed Deaths
3,752 Positive Test Results 11 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

42 New Positives 1,790 Confirmed Deaths
21,600 Positive Test Results 242 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

13 New Positives 442 Confirmed Deaths
6,395 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

15 New Positives 538 Confirmed Deaths
9,157 Positive Test Results 52 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

7 New Positives 87 Confirmed Deaths
905 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

13 New Positives 147 Confirmed Deaths
3,573 Positive Test Results 8 Probable Deaths
Essex County

23 New Positives 1,884 Confirmed Deaths
20,324 Positive Test Results 229 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

16 New Positives 213 Confirmed Deaths
3,685 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

13 New Positives 1,347 Confirmed Deaths
20,144 Positive Test Results 160 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

2 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,213 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

7 New Positives 591 Confirmed Deaths
8,333 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

22 New Positives 1,217 Confirmed Deaths
18,456 Positive Test Results 201 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

24 New Positives 766 Confirmed Deaths
10,734 Positive Test Results 92 Probable Deaths
Morris County

18 New Positives 685 Confirmed Deaths
7,491 Positive Test Results 144 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

36 New Positives 958 Confirmed Deaths
11,181 Positive Test Results 62 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

26 New Positives 1,103 Confirmed Deaths
18,351 Positive Test Results 142 Probable Deaths
Salem County

1 New Positives 83 Confirmed Deaths
981 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

20 New Positives 493 Confirmed Deaths
5,420 Positive Test Results 74 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

5 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,399 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Union County

24 New Positives 1,184 Confirmed Deaths
17,103 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Warren County

3 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,395 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths


8/31 11:21am: County COVID-19 Cases Total as of Monday:

Atlantic: 3,976

Mercer: 8,333

Warren: 1,380

Essex: 20,060

Monmouth: 24 new cases

Morris: 7,496

Camden: 9,787

Ocean: 11,151

Hunterdon: 1,211

Middlesex: 18,971

Sussex: 1,450

Somerset: 4,889

Hudson: 20,959

Gloucester: 3,706

Cape May: 1,108

Bergen: 21,600

Cumberland: 3,573

Passaic: 18,351

Salem: 981

Union: 17,103

Burlington: 6,731


8/31 10:37am: Governor Murphy says indoor dining can resume Friday (iLine post).  Movie theaters and indoor performance centers can reopen as well (iLine post).


8/31 7:45am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/31/2020


8/30 7:15pm: The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 191,611 cases and 14,157 fatalities (and 1,780 probable fatalities) as of Sunday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

10 New Positives 240 Confirmed Deaths
3,739 Positive Test Results 11 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

37 New Positives 1,790 Confirmed Deaths
21,557 Positive Test Results 242 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

12 New Positives 442 Confirmed Deaths
6,382 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

26 New Positives 538 Confirmed Deaths
9,142 Positive Test Results 52 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

4 New Positives 87 Confirmed Deaths
898 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

15 New Positives 147 Confirmed Deaths
3,560 Positive Test Results 8 Probable Deaths
Essex County

26 New Positives 1,884 Confirmed Deaths
20,301 Positive Test Results 229 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

12 New Positives 213 Confirmed Deaths
3,668 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

17 New Positives 1,347 Confirmed Deaths
20,131 Positive Test Results 160 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

2 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,212 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

11 New Positives 591 Confirmed Deaths
8,326 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

16 New Positives 1,217 Confirmed Deaths
18,432 Positive Test Results 201 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

10 New Positives 766 Confirmed Deaths
10,710 Positive Test Results 92 Probable Deaths
Morris County

11 New Positives 685 Confirmed Deaths
7,474 Positive Test Results 144 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

11 New Positives 958 Confirmed Deaths
11,145 Positive Test Results 62 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

17 New Positives 1,103 Confirmed Deaths
18,327 Positive Test Results 142 Probable Deaths
Salem County

2 New Positives 83 Confirmed Deaths
980 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

14 New Positives 493 Confirmed Deaths
5,400 Positive Test Results 74 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

2 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,394 Positive Test Results 36 Probable Deaths
Union County

9 New Positives 1,184 Confirmed Deaths
17,077 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Warren County

1 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,392 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths


8/26 12:50pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 1pm.


8/26 8am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/26/2020


8/25 1:35pm: The nuts and bolts of the budget address.


8/25 11am: County COVID-19 Totals as of Tuesday:

Atlantic: 3,904

Hunterdon: 1,195

Essex: 19,936

Camden: 9,620

Monmouth: 22 new cases

Morris: 7,431

Middlesex: 18,763

Ocean: 10,979

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 190,021 cases and 14,124 fatalities (and 1,829 probable fatalities) as of Tuesday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Bergen County

43 New Positives 1,789 Confirmed Deaths
21,395 Positive Test Results 244 Probable Deaths
Essex County

32 New Positives 1,881 Confirmed Deaths
20,159 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

11 New Positives 1,344 Confirmed Deaths
20,058 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

31 New Positives 1,215 Confirmed Deaths
18,319 Positive Test Results 206 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

21 New Positives 1,102 Confirmed Deaths
18,206 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Union County

20 New Positives 1,184 Confirmed Deaths
17,010 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

47 New Positives 958 Confirmed Deaths
10,997 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

12 New Positives 764 Confirmed Deaths
10,607 Positive Test Results 96 Probable Deaths
Camden County

25 New Positives 531 Confirmed Deaths
9,001 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

8 New Positives 587 Confirmed Deaths
8,274 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Morris County

12 New Positives 683 Confirmed Deaths
7,439 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

18 New Positives 442 Confirmed Deaths
6,304 Positive Test Results 40 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

8 New Positives 490 Confirmed Deaths
5,358 Positive Test Results 74 Probable Deaths
Atlantic County

7 New Positives 238 Confirmed Deaths
3,686 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

10 New Positives 213 Confirmed Deaths
3,579 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

9 New Positives 147 Confirmed Deaths
3,516 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Warren County

3 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,384 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

11 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,380 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

1 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,197 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Salem County

1 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
960 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

1 New Positives 85 Confirmed Deaths
882 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths


8/25 9:55am: Watch Governor Murphy’s revised budget address at 10am.


8/25 8:05am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/25/2020


8/24 6:30pm:  It’s a budget address – actually, the second one of the year. While this is a routine act of government, Phil Murphy apparently hopes his speech at 10 a.m. tomorrow will be a bit out of the ordinary.

State lawmakers on Monday huddled with the Department of the Treasury a day ahead of Governor Phil Murphy’s scheduled unveiling of his 2021 budget, a document overshadowed by the COVID-19 crisis and its grim economic consequences.

The Senate Budget Committee this afternoon passed S-2633, which extends certain ballot receipt and election certification deadlines; increases certain messenger and bearer ballot limits; and equires certain information to increase public awareness and use of voting by mail.


8/24 9:10am: County COVID-19 Totals as of Monday:

Hunterdon: 1,194

Mercer: 8,267

Morris: 7,427

Monmouth: 19 new cases

Middlesex: 18,732

Ocean: 10,935

Camden: 9,603

Atlantic: 3,896

Sussex: 1,416

Somerset: 4,823

Essex: 19,923

Burlington: 6,610

Hudson: 20,507

Gloucester: 3,501

Cumberland: 3,015

Bergen: 21,352

Passaic: 18,187

Union: 16,992

Salem: 960

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 189,719 cases and 14,120 fatalities (and 1,829 probably fatalities) as of Monday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Bergen County

23 New Positives 1,788 Confirmed Deaths
21,352 Positive Test Results 244 Probable Deaths
Essex County

19 New Positives 1,880 Confirmed Deaths
20,131 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

10 New Positives 1,344 Confirmed Deaths
20,052 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

18 New Positives 1,214 Confirmed Deaths
18,293 Positive Test Results 206 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

13 New Positives 1,099 Confirmed Deaths
18,187 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Union County

14 New Positives 1,186 Confirmed Deaths
16,992 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

16 New Positives 958 Confirmed Deaths
10,946 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

5 New Positives 764 Confirmed Deaths
10,594 Positive Test Results 96 Probable Deaths
Camden County

19 New Positives 530 Confirmed Deaths
8,979 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

3 New Positives 585 Confirmed Deaths
8,267 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Morris County

16 New Positives 683 Confirmed Deaths
7,427 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

13 New Positives 442 Confirmed Deaths
6,287 Positive Test Results 40 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

5 New Positives 490 Confirmed Deaths
5,351 Positive Test Results 74 Probable Deaths
Atlantic County

7 New Positives 238 Confirmed Deaths
3,680 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

10 New Positives 213 Confirmed Deaths
3,568 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

7 New Positives 147 Confirmed Deaths
3,508 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Warren County

0 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,381 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

7 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,369 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

4 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,196 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Salem County

6 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
960 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

3 New Positives 85 Confirmed Deaths
881 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths


8/24 8am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/24/2020


8/23 9pm: The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 189,494 cases and 14,117 fatalities (and 1,829 probable fatalities) as of Sunday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Bergen County

28 New Positives 1,788 Confirmed Deaths
21,326 Positive Test Results 244 Probable Deaths
Essex County

22 New Positives 1,880 Confirmed Deaths
20,112 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

26 New Positives 1,344 Confirmed Deaths
20,042 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

27 New Positives 1,214 Confirmed Deaths
18,275 Positive Test Results 206 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

27 New Positives 1,099 Confirmed Deaths
18,173 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Union County

11 New Positives 1,186 Confirmed Deaths
16,978 Positive Test Results 166 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

18 New Positives 958 Confirmed Deaths
10,926 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

16 New Positives 764 Confirmed Deaths
10,589 Positive Test Results 96 Probable Deaths
Camden County

23 New Positives 530 Confirmed Deaths
8,961 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

6 New Positives 585 Confirmed Deaths
8,264 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Morris County

12 New Positives 683 Confirmed Deaths
7,411 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

15 New Positives 442 Confirmed Deaths
6,274 Positive Test Results 40 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

5 New Positives 490 Confirmed Deaths
5,346 Positive Test Results 74 Probable Deaths
Atlantic County

6 New Positives 238 Confirmed Deaths
3,673 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

12 New Positives 213 Confirmed Deaths
3,557 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

9 New Positives 147 Confirmed Deaths
3,501 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Warren County

16 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,381 Positive Test Results 13 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

0 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,362 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

2 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,192 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Salem County

1 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
954 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

4 New Positives 85 Confirmed Deaths
878 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths


8/21 9:30am: The Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee, Chaired by Senator Joseph Vitale, will meet today to take up a series of bills aimed at improving outcomes and conditions in New Jersey’s long-term care facilities.


8/20 1:25pm: Governor Phil Murphy today announced $37 million in support for 12 additional counties to combat the COVID-19 pandemic


8/20 10:36am: The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has distributed $14.1 billion in unemployment benefits and received 1.5 million applications for benefits since COVID-19 forced businesses and organizations throughout the state to curtail operations five months ago.

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s (NJSIAA) Sports Advisory Task Force released its Return-to-Sports Plan, which provides detailed schedules for fall and winter sports. The dates for the spring sports season will be announced at a later date; the task force recognizes the need to maximize the spring season due to the loss of the season last school year.


8/19 4:41pm: Governor Phil Murphy this afternoon savaged President Donald J. Trump’s attempts to block the governor’s executive order for a mostly vote-by-mail (VBM) election in the name of public health and public safety during the ongoing coronavirus scourge.


8/19 12:35pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 1pm.


8/19 11:55am: The New Jersey Housing Mortgage and Finance Agency (NJHMFA) today announced that the application period for the Small Landlord Emergency Grant (SLEG) Program is now open.


8/19 8:30am: The updated travel quarantine advisory includes two additional states — Alaska and Delaware, bringing the total to 35 states and territories: Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Virgin Islands, and Wisconsin


8/18 7:35am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/18/2020


8/17 6:45pm: If the process [schools reopenings] appears somewhat schizophrenic, it may say something about the circus-like political atmosphere around the front office and its sensitive relationship with labor and other key stakeholders in the educational firmament – but it also fundamentally underscores a deep divide in New Jersey, persistent from one administration to the next, as poor children struggle amid unfair and unequal conditions now exacerbated by COVID-19.


8/17 2:40pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 3pm.

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 187,767 cases and 14,077 fatalities (and 1,839 probable fatalities) as of Monday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

17 New Positives 238 Confirmed Deaths
3,602 Positive Test Results 15 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

48 New Positives 1,788 Confirmed Deaths
21,277 Positive Test Results 248 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

14 New Positives 438 Confirmed Deaths
6,159 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

27 New Positives 528 Confirmed Deaths
8,820 Positive Test Results 55 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

2 New Positives 83 Confirmed Deaths
848 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

11 New Positives 146 Confirmed Deaths
3,438 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Essex County

11 New Positives 1,877 Confirmed Deaths
19,938 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

32 New Positives 208 Confirmed Deaths
3,445 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

19 New Positives 1,341 Confirmed Deaths
19,911 Positive Test Results 167 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

2 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,163 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

9 New Positives 583 Confirmed Deaths
8,199 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

19 New Positives 1,210 Confirmed Deaths
18,119 Positive Test Results 205 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

21 New Positives 761 Confirmed Deaths
10,496 Positive Test Results 97 Probable Deaths
Morris County

9 New Positives 683 Confirmed Deaths
7,350 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

12 New Positives 953 Confirmed Deaths
10,763 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

14 New Positives 1,097 Confirmed Deaths
17,963 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Salem County

3 New Positives 81 Confirmed Deaths
933 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

10 New Positives 491 Confirmed Deaths
5,317 Positive Test Results 75 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

2 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,353 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Union County

11 New Positives 1,182 Confirmed Deaths
16,879 Positive Test Results 168 Probable Deaths
Warren County

3 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,368 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths


8/17 2:38pm: Senator Mike Doherty said the New Jersey Constitution doesn’t authorize Governor Phil Murphy to issue an Executive Order that unilaterally changes the manner in which voters will cast their ballots this November.


8/17 1:56pm: Atlantic County Executive Levinson suggests that restaurants, and possibly bars, gyms and movie theaters, be allowed to reopen at limited capacity with the same health and safety requirements that businesses such as Target, Home Depot, Shop Rite, Acme, CVS, shopping malls, arcades and childcare centers must maintain.


8/17 11:15am: Read and download ‘The COVID-19 Crisis: An Insider NJ History‘ publication


8/17 10:50am: County COVID-19 Totals as of Monday:

Atlantic: 3,805

Mercer: 8,199

Essex: 19,757

Camden: 9,430

Hunterdon: 1,160

Middlesex: 18,549

Morris: 7,348

Monmouth: 8 new cases

Ocean: 10,751

Sussex: 1,398

Somerset: 4,792

Gloucester: 3,562

Cumberland: 2,948

Cape May: 1,038

Union: 16,879

Passaic: 17,963

Salem: 933

Hudson: 19,911

Bergen: 21,277

Burlington: 6,475


8/17 10:40am: Concerned over the confusion and uncertainty surrounding the requirements for school districts preparing to open, Senator Dawn Marie Addiego (D-8) today called on Governor Phil Murphy to immediately move to all virtual learning until the state can ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff.


8/17: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/17/2020


8/14 11pm: Governor Phil Murphy and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education (OSHE) today announced that the Administration will award $150 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds to New Jersey’s public and private colleges and universities to help offset costs incurred as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 178, which temporarily extends certain statutory deadlines across state government that require review and action by agencies before a specified deadline.

The VBM election order suspends the sending of sample ballots and requires that each county’s elections officials send VBM ballots with pre-paid postage to all active registered voters for the General Election. Additionally, every voter will have the option to either return their ballot through a secure drop box or turn in their ballot at a polling location on Election Day. The Administration is working with the Department of State to implement a new online voter registration system where New Jersey residents will have the opportunity to register to vote.


8/14 12:32pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 1pm.

The Governor laid out the specifics of the mostly-VBM general election.

Details of the Governor’s (mostly) VBM general election order (iLine post).

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) released COVID-19 Public Health Recommendations for Local Health Departments for schools.

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 187,164 cases and 14,064 fatalities (and 1,839 probable fatalities) as of Friday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

12 New Positives 237 Confirmed Deaths
3,535 Positive Test Results 15 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

45 New Positives 1,787 Confirmed Deaths
21,058 Positive Test Results 248 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

15 New Positives 435 Confirmed Deaths
6,108 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

45 New Positives 525 Confirmed Deaths
8,733 Positive Test Results 55 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

5 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
846 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

10 New Positives 146 Confirmed Deaths
3,396 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Essex County

18 New Positives 1,876 Confirmed Deaths
19,870 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

29 New Positives 207 Confirmed Deaths
3,368 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

38 New Positives 1,341 Confirmed Deaths
19,830 Positive Test Results 167 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

3 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,154 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

5 New Positives 583 Confirmed Deaths
8,169 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

29 New Positives 1,206 Confirmed Deaths
18,045 Positive Test Results 205 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

27 New Positives 759 Confirmed Deaths
10,434 Positive Test Results 97 Probable Deaths
Morris County

11 New Positives 682 Confirmed Deaths
7,315 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

39 New Positives 953 Confirmed Deaths
10,708 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

58 New Positives 1,095 Confirmed Deaths
17,858 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Salem County

7 New Positives 81 Confirmed Deaths
919 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

9 New Positives 489 Confirmed Deaths
5,291 Positive Test Results 75 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

1 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,344 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Union County

16 New Positives 1,181 Confirmed Deaths
16,827 Positive Test Results 168 Probable Deaths
Warren County

3 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,355 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths


8/14 7:45am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/14/2020


8/13 2:15pm: County COVID-19 Totals as of Thursday:

Atlantic: 3,725

Camden: 9,290

Essex: 19,831

Monmouth: 35 new cases

Morris: 7,342

Middlesex: 18,439

Ocean: 10,676

Cumberland: 2,905

Gloucester: 3,359

Somerset: 4,761

Sussex: 1,385

Burlington: 6,404

Bergen: 20,940

Passaic: 17,801

Salem: 912

Union: 16,812

Hudson: 20,792

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 186,594 cases and 14,054 fatalities (and 1,839 probable fatalities) as of Thursday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

14 New Positives 237 Confirmed Deaths
3,521 Positive Test Results 15 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

45 New Positives 1,787 Confirmed Deaths
20,940 Positive Test Results 248 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

28 New Positives 435 Confirmed Deaths
6,094 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

48 New Positives 525 Confirmed Deaths
8,689 Positive Test Results 55 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

2 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
843 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

9 New Positives 146 Confirmed Deaths
3,386 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Essex County

35 New Positives 1,876 Confirmed Deaths
19,840 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

30 New Positives 207 Confirmed Deaths
3,339 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

44 New Positives 1,341 Confirmed Deaths
19,792 Positive Test Results 167 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

1 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,151 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

25 New Positives 583 Confirmed Deaths
8,164 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

29 New Positives 1,206 Confirmed Deaths
18,015 Positive Test Results 205 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

44 New Positives 759 Confirmed Deaths
10,407 Positive Test Results 97 Probable Deaths
Morris County

16 New Positives 682 Confirmed Deaths
7,304 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

19 New Positives 953 Confirmed Deaths
10,668 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

51 New Positives 1,095 Confirmed Deaths
17,801 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Salem County

4 New Positives 81 Confirmed Deaths
912 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

8 New Positives 489 Confirmed Deaths
5,282 Positive Test Results 75 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

2 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,343 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Union County

34 New Positives 1,181 Confirmed Deaths
16,812 Positive Test Results 168 Probable Deaths
Warren County

5 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,352 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths


8/13 12:48pm: New Jersey’s public and private school districts will be open for in-person instruction for the start of the school year. Public school districts can begin the school year via remote-only instruction if they cannot adequately meet critical health and safety protocols outlined in the state’s school reopening guidance.

The Department of the Treasury today reported that July revenue collections for the major taxes totaled $5.136 billion, up $2.802 billion, or 120.1 percent over last July. This inflated and unprecedented growth was anticipated due to the change in state law that allowed individual and corporate taxpayers to defer certain payments from April to July due to the COVID-19 pandemic, following similar tax changes that were instituted at the federal level.


8/13 11:15am: Monmouth University poll: President Donald Trump continues to receive poor marks for his response to the coronavirus outbreak, as a majority of the American public believes the U.S. is handling the pandemic worse than other countries.

In response to Governor Phil Murphy announcing a regionalized monitoring system to track COVID-19 outbreaks in schools, State Senator Troy Singleton once again renewed his call for a regionalized reopening strategy for all of New Jersey, including its businesses.

The number of new unemployment applications fell another 17 percent last week – to 13,822 – the lowest weekly total of new claims in five months, as the state paid out another $516 million in weekly benefits to eligible claimants.


8/13: 7:48am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/13/2020


8/12 12:46pm: Watch Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 briefing at 1pm.

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 185,938 cases and 14,046 fatalities (and 1,839 probable fatalities) as of Wednesday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

12 New Positives 237 Confirmed Deaths
3,509 Positive Test Results 15 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

33 New Positives 1,788 Confirmed Deaths
20,899 Positive Test Results 248 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

26 New Positives 434 Confirmed Deaths
6,069 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Camden County

35 New Positives 524 Confirmed Deaths
8,645 Positive Test Results 55 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

3 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
842 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

11 New Positives 146 Confirmed Deaths
3,377 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Essex County

37 New Positives 1,876 Confirmed Deaths
19,813 Positive Test Results 234 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

28 New Positives 207 Confirmed Deaths
3,310 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

36 New Positives 1,338 Confirmed Deaths
19,749 Positive Test Results 167 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

1 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,150 Positive Test Results 54 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

5 New Positives 582 Confirmed Deaths
8,143 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

20 New Positives 759 Confirmed Deaths
10,368 Positive Test Results 97 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

12 New Positives 953 Confirmed Deaths
10,652 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

41 New Positives 1,095 Confirmed Deaths
17,748 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Salem County

4 New Positives 81 Confirmed Deaths
907 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

10 New Positives 489 Confirmed Deaths
5,275 Positive Test Results 75 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

5 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,341 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Union County

30 New Positives 1,180 Confirmed Deaths
16,780 Positive Test Results 168 Probable Deaths
Warren County

0 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,347 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths
Morris County

14 New Positives 682 Confirmed Deaths
7,286 Positive Test Results 147 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

29 New Positives 1,204 Confirmed Deaths
17,988 Positive Test Results 205 Probable Deaths


8/12 12:12pm: The state Supreme Court ruled that the Emergency COVID-19 Bond Act is constitutional, rejecting the NJGOP’s argument, while requiring the state to certify the projected shortfall and only borrow up to that amount. The borrowing must also be related to the pandemic, not ‘solely to maintain the state’s fiscal integrity’. Speaker Coughlin applauded the decision, saying it ‘provided reasonable measures to guide borrowing’. Assembly Budget Chairwoman Pintor Marin said she’s ‘grateful‘ for the court’s ruling, and that ‘we did not make this decision to authorize this borrowing lightly’. Assembly Majority Leader Greenwald applauded the decision, saying borrowing is the ‘last resort’. Assemblyman McKeon said the ruling was ‘well reasoned and a victory’ for the state. The NJDSC called the GOP’s challenge of the Act ‘baseless‘, and said the borrowing plan is ‘necessary’. Republicans expressed irritation at the court’s decision. NJGOP Chairman Steinhardt decried the decision, saying it ‘confirms all three branches of government are firmly in the grasp of the Democrat Party’. NJ Policy Perspective applauded the ruling, saying it will spur a stronger pandemic recovery. GSI’s Regina Egea said ‘this permission to borrow does not mean that we must borrow’. Senator Oroho said he’s disappointed the act wasn’t ruled unconstitutional, but glad that limits were set on borrowing. Senator Pennacchio called it a ‘sad day‘ for the state and that taxpayers ‘will be paying for this mandate for years to come’. Senator O’Scanlon and Assemblywoman DiMaso decriced it as the ‘wrong choice‘.


8/12 11:15am: Districts that cannot meet state Department of Education standards will have the option of going remote, Governor Phil Murphy will announce today at his daily COVID-19 briefing.


8/12 10:56am: County COVID-19 Totals as of Wednesday:

Atlantic: 3,713

Warren: 1,343

Camden: 9,241

Middlesex: 18,410

Monmouth: 33 new cases

Morris: 7,327

Hunterdon: 1,148

Ocean: 10,362

Somerset: 4,752

Sussex: 1,381

Hudson: 20,236

Gloucester: 3,328

Cumberland: 2,892

Cape May: 1,014

Burlington: 6,376

Bergen: 20,889

Passaic: 17,748

Salem: 907

Union: 16,780


8/12 8am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/12/2020


8/11 10pm: NJEA President Blistan and others called on Governor Murphy to direct schools to open remotely this fall, without an in-person option, arguing that ‘current conditions poses too great a risk to the health of students and schools staff’.  Most sources expect Governor Murphy to kayo in-person learning for the fall, with an announcement likely tomorrow (iLine post).


8/11 7:54pm: Governor Murphy today announced the first phase of the New Jersey Small and Micro Business PPE Access Program, designed to ensure that the State’s small businesses and non-profits have access to the fairly priced personal protective equipment (PPE) necessary to facilitate safe working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.


8/11 3:53pm: As of Tuesday, there are currently 33 states and territories that meet the state’s travel quarantine advisory: Alabama; Arkansas; Arizona; California; Florida; Georgia; Hawaii; Iowa; Idaho; Indiana; Illinois; Kansas; Kentucky; Louisiana; Maryland; Minnesota; Missouri; Mississippi; Montana; North Carolina; North Dakota; Nebraska; Nevada; Oklahoma; Puerto Rico; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Virginia; Virgin Islands; and Wisconsin

The statewide COVID-19 count stands at 185,475 cases and 14,037 fatalities (and 1,853 probable fatalities) as of Tuesday.

COVID-19 Cases by County
Data is provisional and subject to revision.

Atlantic County

30 New Positives 237 Confirmed Deaths
3,497 Positive Test Results 15 Probable Deaths
Bergen County

34 New Positives 1,787 Confirmed Deaths
20,864 Positive Test Results 251 Probable Deaths
Burlington County

22 New Positives 434 Confirmed Deaths
6,042 Positive Test Results 40 Probable Deaths
Camden County

38 New Positives 524 Confirmed Deaths
8,614 Positive Test Results 56 Probable Deaths
Cape May County

7 New Positives 82 Confirmed Deaths
840 Positive Test Results 5 Probable Deaths
Cumberland County

19 New Positives 146 Confirmed Deaths
3,366 Positive Test Results 12 Probable Deaths
Essex County

32 New Positives 1,874 Confirmed Deaths
19,776 Positive Test Results 239 Probable Deaths
Gloucester County

25 New Positives 206 Confirmed Deaths
3,283 Positive Test Results 7 Probable Deaths
Hudson County

35 New Positives 1,338 Confirmed Deaths
19,717 Positive Test Results 167 Probable Deaths
Hunterdon County

0 New Positives 70 Confirmed Deaths
1,149 Positive Test Results 56 Probable Deaths
Mercer County

15 New Positives 582 Confirmed Deaths
8,139 Positive Test Results 39 Probable Deaths
Monmouth County

28 New Positives 759 Confirmed Deaths
10,348 Positive Test Results 97 Probable Deaths
Ocean County

36 New Positives 953 Confirmed Deaths
10,640 Positive Test Results 67 Probable Deaths
Passaic County

44 New Positives 1,094 Confirmed Deaths
17,705 Positive Test Results 148 Probable Deaths
Salem County

8 New Positives 81 Confirmed Deaths
906 Positive Test Results 6 Probable Deaths
Somerset County

12 New Positives 487 Confirmed Deaths
5,265 Positive Test Results 75 Probable Deaths
Sussex County

3 New Positives 161 Confirmed Deaths
1,336 Positive Test Results 37 Probable Deaths
Union County

31 New Positives 1,179 Confirmed Deaths
16,749 Positive Test Results 170 Probable Deaths
Warren County

2 New Positives 158 Confirmed Deaths
1,347 Positive Test Results 14 Probable Deaths
Morris County

12 New Positives 681 Confirmed Deaths
7,273 Positive Test Results 148 Probable Deaths
Middlesex County

28 New Positives 1,204 Confirmed Deaths
17,959 Positive Test Results 204 Probable Deaths


8/11 10:55am: County COVID-19 Totals as of Tuesday:

Atlantic: 3,700

Camden: 9,206

Monmouth: 22 new cases

Essex: 19,770

Morris: 7,313

Ocean: 10,623

Susex: 1,381

Somerset: 4,740

Gloucester: 3,303

Cumberland: 2,883

Cape May: 1,012

Hunterdon: 1,146

Bergen: 20,878

Burlington: 6,352


8/11 10:45am: With coronavirus numbers in the state declining, the New Jersey Business Coalition, a collection of more than 100 business and nonprofit groups, submitted a letter to Gov. Phil Murphy today urging him to end the “pause mode” of the reopening of New Jersey’s businesses.


8/11 8:30am: Read Insider NJ’s Morning Intelligence Briefing: 8/11/2020


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