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The NJ reported 4,679 new COVID-19 cases, 34 deaths due to hospitalization

New Jersey reported a further 4,679 on Saturday Corona virus Cases and 34 additional deaths, while hospital admissions rose to the 22nd day The second wave of infection There is a constant barrage to the state.

A day later The mayor of Newark announced that it is asking residents of the state’s largest city to stay home for 10 days Starting the day before Thanksgiving, Govt. Bill Murphy No new restrictions were announced Saturday against the second wave.

But Murphy, Echoes the predictions of the great federal epidemiologist Dr. Anthony Fucci, Warned that the next few months will be difficult. Although New Jersey has significantly increased trials, the governor said the numbers will “undoubtedly get worse” as more people move in due to the cold weather.

Authorities continued to urge residents to wear masks, observe social distance, wash their hands and keep the string of upcoming holiday celebrations short.

“Numbers speak for themselves. Take this seriously. Wear a mask. Social distance. Avoid large gatherings.” Murphy said on Twitter.

In a bright note, officials announced Friday that New Jersey could Pfizer can get up to 160,000 doses of corona virus vaccine If the company wins emergency application approval from the federal government by Christmas.

If Modernna’s vaccine takes a similar path, it could mark a total of 460,000 vaccinations in the state in early January, while the general population could reach a wider range by April or May.

New Jersey has now reported a total of 302,039 positive tests out of the more than 5.5 million tests administered since the eruption in March.

There were 16,746 corona virus deaths reported at the time in the state of 9 million residents, of which 14,934 were confirmed deaths and 1,812 were considered potential deaths.

New Jersey recorded less than 4,000 new cases after being marked Friday for the first time in four days, with cases crossing the benchmark on Saturday.

The statewide seven-day average for new positive tests rose to 3,933, up 23% from a week ago and 278% a month.

Seven day cases are now higher than the first waves of the epidemic, however the comparison is disappointing because the government carried out less than 12,000 tests a day and the outbreak was calculated.

There are an average of 45,000 tests per day in the state this month, and that number is not the most recently used rapid tests.

Murphy reminded residents of it More than 400 test sites Available statewide.

However, the key numbers used by health officials to monitor the outbreak are going in the wrong direction.

As of Friday night, there were 2,552 patients with confirmed or suspected coronavirus in 71 hospitals in New Jersey. This is much lower than the 8,000 people admitted to the hospital in April, but the highest since May 28. The number of hospital admissions has nearly tripled over the past month.

Of the 2,552 patients, 486 were on intensive or emergency treatment and 232 on ventilators. This is the 22nd day increase, despite 305 outflows on Friday.

The positive rate for tests conducted on Tuesday, the most recent day available, was 8.66%. Over the past week the rate has been above 8% after falling below 4% in the summer.

The latest statewide exchange rate dropped to 1.38. Any number above 1 means that the explosion is constantly expanding. New Jersey has been above that mark since the beginning of September.

At least 100 new cases were reported in 21 counties led by Essex (536), Camden (435) and Bergen (427) districts on Saturday.

The government has not announced when the 34 newly announced deaths occurred.

Updates are coming as corona virus cases, deaths and hospitalizations Rise in America, And waiting times and The long lines at the test sites have increased dramatically.

Murphy had previously said that New Jersey figures were increasing because people were tired of observing viral controls such as wearing masks, and because the weather was getting colder, especially indoors.

To combat the spread, Murphy is there Ordered indoor bars and restaurants Closes daily at 10pm in New Jersey Canceled Interstate Indoor Game Up to high school level. Indoor meetings are now limited to 10 people, down from 25, and outdoor meetings will be limited to 150, starting on Monday, from 500.

Murphy stopped ordering another statewide strike, as he did in the spring, but insisted all options were on the table.

COUNTY-BY-COUNTY Numbers (sorted by the newest)

  • Essex County: 32,441 positive tests (536 new), 1,968 confirmed deaths (230 possible)
  • Camden County: 16,540 positive tests (435 new), 608 confirmed deaths (56 possible)
  • Bergen County: 31,447 positive tests (427 new), 1,855 confirmed deaths (246 possible)
  • Pasai County: 26,806 positive tests (404 new), 1,155 confirmed deaths (144 possible)
  • Hudson County: 28,764 positive tests (393 new), 1,399 confirmed deaths (158 possible)
  • Monmouth County: 18,335 positive tests (332 new), 795 confirmed deaths (92 possible)
  • Union County: 25,763 positive tests (288 new), 1,246 confirmed deaths (171 possible)
  • Burlington County: 11,699 positive tests (284 new), 490 confirmed deaths (41 possible)
  • Middlesex County: 27,671 positive tests (260 new), 1,271 confirmed deaths (203 possible)
  • Clochester County: 7,947 positive trials (235 new), 258 confirmed deaths (7 possible)
  • Ocean County: 19,880 positive tests (233 new), 1,029 confirmed deaths (67 possible)
  • Morris County: 12,085 positive tests (202 new), 707 confirmed deaths (147 possible)
  • Mercer County: 12,257 positive tests (166 new), 615 confirmed deaths (36 possible)
  • Atlantic County: 7,162 positive trials (137 new), 265 confirmed deaths (13 possible)
  • Somerset County: 8,251 positive tests (99 new), 532 confirmed deaths (75 possible)
  • Cumberland County: 4,689 positive tests (54 new), 162 confirmed deaths (8 possible)
  • Sussex County: 2,278 positive tests (34 new), 162 confirmed deaths (36 possible)
  • Warren County: 2,215 positive tests (34 new), 160 confirmed deaths (13 possible)
  • Hunterton County: 2,186 positive tests (31 new), 76 confirmed deaths (54 possible)
  • Cape May County: 1,516 positive tests (22 new), 95 confirmed deaths (10 possible)
  • Salem County: 1,457 positive tests (17 new), 86 confirmed deaths (5 possible)

Hospitalizations

As of Wednesday night, there were 2,505 patients with confirmed (2,272) or suspected (233) COVID-19 cases in 71 hospitals in New Jersey. It was 34 more than the night before.

Of those, 452 were in complex or intensive care (four less than the night before), and 233 (17) on ventilators.

On Monday, 333 corona virus patients were admitted and 290 were discharged State Online Dashboard.

71 Intensive Care Hospitals in New Jersey It is currently two-thirds full, According to the New Jersey Hospital Association. The patient’s age was younger, and the shorter the hospital stay, the better the hospitals were at treating the virus.

Transmission rate

New Jersey’s latest transfer rate is down to 1.38.

This is much lower than the rate above 5 at the end of March because the magnitude of the eruption is more focused and the test is lower.

But any number above 1 means that each newly infected person transmits the virus to at least one person on average. Any number below 1 means that the explosion is decreasing.

The spread rate is 1.38, with the virus spreading to 138 people for every 100 people infected.

Corona virus cases and dozens have been reported in hundreds of school districts New Jersey schools are temporarily closed Since the start of the school year, 56 schools have been confirmed, state health officials said COVID-19 eruptions.

States Dashboard It shows 239 cases out of those 56 schools, but those numbers only include confirmed school transfers. Students or staff believed to have been harmed outside the school, or cases that could not be confirmed as having exploded at the school were not included.

Murphy opposed the order to close schools statewide, saying the number was better than expected.

Age BREAKDOWN

Broken According to age, The largest percentage of New Jersey residents aged 30 to 49 (31.6%), followed by 50-64 (24.6%), 18-29 (18.5%), 65-79 (11.7)%, 80 and over (7.0%) , 5-17 (5.4%), and 0-4 (1.1%).

On average, this virus is very dangerous for the elderly, especially for pre-existing conditions. COVID-19 deaths in the state are 80 and over (47.1%), 65-79 (32.2%), 50-64 (16%), 30-49 (4.3%), 18-29 (0.4%), 5-17 ( 0%) and 0-4 (0.02%).

At least 7,274 of the state’s COVID-19 deaths are among residents and staff in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities. That number has also been increasing at a steep rate in recent weeks.

Meanwhile, state mortality data show that at least 17,500 people have died in New Jersey this year than expected, with the epidemic claiming to have killed more lives than the state as a whole. N.J. Continuous analysis of Advance Media.

Global numbers

As of Saturday morning, there were more than 57.7 million positive COVID-19 tests worldwide. Johns Hopkins University running number. More than 1.37 million people have died from complications related to the corona virus.

The United States has the most positive tests in the world, with more than 11.9 million, and the highest number of deaths is over 254,473.

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