- The state of New Jersey has surpassed 2,000 daily coronavirus cases
- The state reported 2,039 cases of COVID-19, making it the highest number recorded since May
- “Everyone should take this seriously. Wear a mask. Follow social distancing and wash your hands. “
ALERT! In the state of New Jersey, it has exceeded 2,000 cases of coronavirus per day, for the first time since May, in addition to being a record for the number of cases, Phil Murphy mentioned, according to a report from the portal Telemundo 47.
New Jersey State Governor Phil Murphy mentioned in a tweet that 2,039 cases of coronavirus were recorded, the highest number since the spring.
He even added in his tweet: “Everyone should take this seriously. Wear a mask. Follow social distancing and wash your hands ”.
It also reported that seven other new deaths have been reported from the coronavirus, to which they are added to the number of 14,446 deaths that the state has registered.
But Governor Phil Murphy mentioned “all options are on the table” to combat the second wave of the pandemic that overwhelms the state, until ordering all residents to stay at home and the closure of state businesses.
The governor mentioned that he hopes not to reissue the order to close schools, even maintaining some optimism that his state can control the spread through some restrictions.
Murphy estimates that restaurant and business capacity is likely to be 25% capacity, and he also fears that businesses will close and lead to job losses.
“The economic pain has been overwhelming, but when it comes to health, the approach has saved lives and prevented cases,” Phil Murphy said at a press conference, concluding by saying “Taking a step back would mean closing restaurants, which It is something that we absolutely do not want to do.