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NJ Woman With Coronavirus Gave Fake ID and Now Authorities Can’t Find Her
Officials in Essex County are scrambling to find a woman who tested positive for the new coronavirus but who provided authorities with a false name and address.
2nd coronavirus death in NJ is woman in her 50s — Entire town told to quarantine
The coronavirus has claimed the life of another New Jersey resident — a patient at a Monmouth County hospital, officials said Saturday.
Murphy Says There’s No Need to Hoard as NJ Coronavirus Cases Climb to 69
Gov. Phil Murphy's message on Saturday to an increasingly anxious state in the midst of a coronavirus outbreak was that there was no need to panic or to hoard.
Municipal Courts in NJ Suspended for Two Weeks, Cops Take Precautions
New Jersey has suspended all Municipal Court sessions for two weeks starting March 16, although people can still pay fines online.
No More Hospital Visits in NJ Except in Extremely Limited Situations
The state's hospitals on Friday evening announced the policy limiting visits to patients except in limited circumstances, such as an end-of-life situation.
NJ Utilities Won’t Shut Off Your Power, Gas During Coronavirus Emergency
As Americans prepare for massive disruptions to their lives in response to the new coronavirus outbreak, gas and electric companies have agreed to suspend shut-offs.
NJ Prosecutors Drop Gun Charges Against Armed Security Guard
Prosecutors are using their discretion to drop charges a week after Roselle Park police arrested an armed security guard for carrying a licensed handgun.
1st Death from Coronavirus in NJ — 69-year-old Bergen Man Among 15 Cases
A 69-year-old man from Bergen County became the first victim to lose his life because of the new coronavirus, state officials said Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Has Asked Hundreds of People to Self-quarantine
Over 800 people in NJ have been asked to quarantine themselves because of possible exposure to the new coronavirus, which as of Saturday morning had sickened four known people in the state.
3rd Coronavirus Case Confirmed in NJ — This One in Camden County
The new coronavirus is now in Camden County.