NEW JERSEY — Below you will find the most up-to-date information on coronavirus news impacting New Jersey. You can find additional resources and coverage on our coronavirus page.
New Jersey has secured an additional 200 ventilators from the federal government, Gov. Phil Murphy said.
On Saturday, Murphy said the state was dangerously low on ventilators, with just 61 available for the entire state.
"Ventilators are our number one need right now. We won’t stop fighting to get the equipment we need to save every life we can," Murphy tweeted on Sunday.
An additional 168 people have died of coronavirus, bringing the statewide death toll on Sunday to 2,350, Gov. Phil Murphy said. There are a total of 61,850 positive cases of coronavirus across the state.
As of 10 p.m. Saturday, 7,604 people were hospitalized, including COVID-19 patients and persons under investigations. Of those, 1,914 were listed in critical condition or under intensive care and 1,644 were on ventilators.
Gov. Phil Murphy urged residents celebrating Easter and Passover to stay home and follow social distancing rules. The death toll rose to more than 2,100 on Saturday.
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