NEW JERSEY — Below you will find the most up-to-date information on coronavirus news impacting New Jersey. You can find additional resources and coverage on our coronavirus page.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy gives his daily coronavirus update. Watch in video below.
- New cases: 4,391 (state total: 75,317)
- 802 discharged residents
- New fatalities: 362(state death toll: 3,518)
- Public schools to remain closed through at least May 15
- “Outraged” about news bodies were allowed to be piled up in a makeshift morgue at a nursing home. Attorney General will investigate
- NY will send 100 ventilators to NJ “neighbors look out for each other.”
- Dr. Richard Besser and former U.S Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to be part of multi-state council
- NJ Housing and Mortgage Financing Authority suspending all rent increases at 36,000 eligible properties
- New unemployment claims: 429,000 NJ residents have filed
- Support health lines open 24/7 Call: 866-202-4357
- Since March 31, over 8,000 patients discharged
- 379 assisted long term-care facilities have at least one COVID-19 patient.
New Jersey first lady Tammy Murphy told PIX11 how she organized the upcoming celeb-filled JERSEY 4 JERSEY benefit concert for COVID-19 relief.
Police discover 17 bodies piled into small morgue of Andover nursing home after receiving tip.
Latest official numbers:
As of Wednesday, New Jersey COVID-19 cases stand at 71,030, with the state’s coronavirus death toll rising to 3,156.