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New Jersey Cases: 160,445

Corona awareness

New Jersey government officials are taking aggressive measures to contain the spread of COVID-19. The state which draws much tourist attraction into the Atlantic City casinos has decided to mandate a close while also enforcing strict limitations on Restaurants and Bars.

As of now, we haven’t seen individual county quarantines but are giving you precautionary information below and will make updates as we hear them.

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Bergen and Monmouth counties have opened drive thru testing centers for patients who are showing symptoms. Starting today Bergen County College in Paramus and the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel are going to be providing up to 500 tests a day with plans to increase that over the course of the week.

f you think you are experiencing symptoms or have come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please call the NJ Hotline at 1-800-222-1222.

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Find the closest hospital near you in case of an emergency. If you have any questions about symptoms or what to do if you have come in contact with someone who has the virus, contact the NJ hotline.


Saliva testing site opens in New Jersey

The Middlesex County Department of Emergency Management introduced at a site located in Edison, New Jersey on Wednesday the first saliva-based test that can be produced on a mass scale. This type of testing is being done for the first time in the nation since the FDA approved it, and they're promising COVID-19 results within 24 to 48 hours. The test, developed at Rutgers, should dramatically increase the number of people who can get tested.

NJ testing sites update

During his coronavirus briefing Wednesday, Gov. Murphy highlighted special hours for two COVID-19 testing sites. Bergen Community College will open at 8 a.m. tomorrow and Friday to administer a maximum of 500 tests. The PNC Bank Arts Center will open Saturday exclusively for symptomatic first responders and health care workers. It will reopen to the general public on Monday. Click here for more information

Decision on schools coming soon

A decision on the status of New Jersey's schools is likely to come on Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday. The state's more than 600 school districts are currently closed, with educators teaching remotely, because of the coronavirus outbreak.