Coronavirus cases in NJ: 11 residence test presumptive positive for COVID-19

TRENTON, New Jersey (WPVI) – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced a highly sensitive situation as the state attempts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

All the 21 provinces in the state are under a crisis assertion, permitting state organizations and offices to use state assets to help influenced networks reacting to and recouping from COVID-19 cases.

A sum of eleven hypothetical positive COVID-19 cases has been accounted for in New Jersey to date.

Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver declared five new coronavirus cases on Monday evening. Another 24 cases are under scrutiny in-state labs, Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli said. State authorities don’t have a clue what number of are being examined in private labs, Persichilli noted.

The accompanying subtleties were discharged about the patients:

1 . An 18-year-old from Clifton City, Passaic County who encountered a beginning of indications on March 6. The patient isn’t hospitalized, Persichilli said. It’s conceivable the individual was presented to COVID-19 on March 2 after close contact with a known positive case in New York.

2. A 48-year-old Berkeley Heights Township, Union County person who encountered a beginning of side effects March 1. The individual is an inpatient at Overlook Medical Center. The introduction was symptomatic companions who went from Milan, yet the companions tried negative for COVID-19, Persichilli said. She noticed that the conditions around this case stay under scrutiny.

3. 27-year-old individual from Little Silver Borough, Monmouth County who had a beginning of indications February 29. The patient isn’t hospitalized, Persichilli said. Introduction to COVID-19 originated from Biogen gathering that the individual went to in Boston between Feb. 24 and Feb. 28. It’s accounted for that 170 participants from that gathering have tried possible positive.

4. 83-year-old from Hazlet Township, Monmouth County who encountered a beginning of manifestations on March 3. The individual is an inpatient at Bayshore Medical Center, Persichilli said. The presentation to COVID-19 is obscure.

5. 30-year-old individual from Teaneck Township, Bergen County, who encountered a beginning of manifestations March 3. The individual is hospitalized at Holy Name Medical Center. The presentation to COVID-19 is obscure.

The other cases include a Camden County man in his 60s , who is being treated at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital. Authorities said he was recorded in stable condition.

On Sunday, Governor Phil Murphy reported that a man in his 30s is being hospitalized in Bergen County and a man in his 70s is being hospitalized in Passaic County.

Three others are being treated for the coronavirus in Bergen County, remembering a lady for her 30s, a man in his 30s and a man in his 50s.

A hypothetical positive case implies an example tried positive at a state lab and has been sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for affirmation.

Princeton University said Monday it is restricting enormous social occasions and encouraging understudies to stay home subsequent to spring break and take classes online in the wake of the spread of the coronavirus, despite the fact that the school as of now has no affirmed cases.

Hanley Frantz us a senior student understudy who intends to remain at his home in Connecticut in the wake of spring break.

“I envision I will return home and work on my postulation from that point and go to classes remotely,” said Frantz.

“It’s a pity, yet we will need to change for half a month,” said Alejandro Sabal, an alumni understudy from Spain.

“I accept the college has all the resources for doing this online stuff so I don’t believe there’s any motivation to assemble to have talked and face the challenge,” said Chansik Yoon, a first year graduate understudy from South Korea.

Murphy a month ago set up a team to get ready for taking care of the infection and an emergency supervisory group has been meeting every day.