New Jersey health officials announced 3,641 confirmed coronavirus cases on Saturday, as well as 49 deaths as the hospitalization rate fell below 2,000, the lowest level in three months.
According to the state’s data, as of Friday night, the number of people hospitalized for the coronavirus has continued to decline to 1,919, which is the first time since November 12 that it has fallen below 2,000.
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According to statistics from the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this has exceeded the 2.47 million doses that the state has accepted. The state’s goal is to vaccinate 70% of the adult population (approximately 4.7 million people) in the coming months.
Murphy has previously stated that if New Jersey is approved as expected, New Jersey will be able to ship 70,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine for the first time next week.
Based on 55,350 tests, the positive rate of tests performed on Monday (the most recent available day) was 6.53%. The statewide transmission rate remained at 0.89 for the second day in a row. Any rate below 1 indicates that the burst rate is slowing down.
Since the state reported its first case on March 4, 2020, New Jersey has reported 699,564 confirmed coronavirus cases in more than 10.56 million PCR tests in the past 12 months. 87,403 positive antigen tests were also carried out. Those cases are considered possible, and health officials warn that the positive antigen test may overlap with the confirmed PCR test because it is sometimes given together.
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The state’s 9 million people also reported that 23,238 residents died from complications related to COVID-19, including 2,331 possible deaths. This includes 1,574 confirmed coronavirus deaths reported in February.
New Jersey has identified 63 COVID-19 variants that were first detected in the UK, and 8 new cases were reported on Friday.
- Atlantic County-59,983 doses taken
- Bergen County-223,170 doses taken
- Burlington County-100,094 doses taken
- Camden County-111,622 doses taken
- Cape May County-28,118 doses taken
- Cumberland-26,231 doses taken
- ESSEX COUNTY-156,101 doses administered
- Gloucester County-67,869 doses taken
- Hudson County-91,200 doses taken
- Hunterdon County-24,180 doses taken
- Merck County-56,013 doses taken
- MIDDLESEX County-150,213 doses applied
- MONMOUTH County-143,805 doses taken
- Morris County-144,748 doses administered
- Ocean County-Take 119,072 doses
- Pasak County-88,570 doses administered
- Salem County-12,438 doses taken
- SOMERSET COUNTY-74,233 doses taken
- Sussex County-29,418 doses taken
- Union County-94,493 doses administered
- Warren County-17,917 doses administered
- Unknown County-84,776 doses taken
- Africa-56,365 doses administered
used to have As of Friday night, there were 1,919 patients hospitalized with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases in 71 hospitals in New Jersey—89 fewer than the previous day and the lowest level since November 12.
These included 404 cases of intensive care or intensive care (35 cases less than the previous night), and 248 cases on ventilators (22 cases less).
270 COVID-19 patients were discharged from the hospital on Friday.
In the first wave of the pandemic in April, the peak of hospitalization reached more than 8,000 patients.
New Jersey’s dashboard shows that New Jersey reported eight new campus coronavirus outbreaks on Tuesday, bringing the total to 152, resulting in 737 cases among students, teachers and school staff this school year.
The State of New Jersey defines a school outbreak as a situation where a tracker is contacted to determine that two or more students or school staff have caught or spread COVID-19 in the classroom or school academic activities.
According to the state, school outbreaks have been reported in all 21 counties.
These figures do not include students or staff who are believed to have been infected outside the school, or cases that cannot be confirmed as an outbreak in the school. Although the number is increasing every week, Murphy said the school outbreak statistics are still lower than state officials expected when the school reopened face-to-face classes.
There are approximately 1.4 million students and teachers across the state. Although the teaching methods vary during the outbreak, some schools teach in person, some schools use a mixed format, and some are fully remote.
In terms of age, New Jersey residents between the ages of 30 and 49 have the highest rate of infection (31%), followed by 50-64 (23.3%), 18-29 (19.5%), 65-year-olds- 79 (10.9%), 5-17 (8.4%), 80 years and older (5%) and 0-4 (1.7%).
On average, this virus is more lethal to older residents, especially those who already have the disease. Nearly half of COVID-19 deaths in the state occurred among residents 80 years and older (46.7%), followed by 65-79 (33.3%), 50-64 (15.6%), 30-49 (3.9%), 18 -29-year-old residents. (0.4%), 5-17 (0%) and 0-4 (0%).
Of the state’s COVID-19 deaths, at least 7,906 people have died among residents and staff in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
There are currently active outbreaks in 342 facilities, resulting in 6,413 active cases among residents and 6,538 among staff.
According to a statistics conducted by Johns Hopkins University, as of early Saturday morning, there have been more than 135.9 million positive COVID-19 tests worldwide. More than 2.52 million people died from coronavirus-related complications.
The United States has reported the most cases at more than 28.5 million, and the number of deaths at more than 510,900.
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