Greater than 1,000,000 optimistic PCR checks have been reported in the Backyard State since March 2020, which means that roughly one in 9 New Jerseyans has had COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy revealed Wednesday.
“I should note that yesterday we crossed the threshold of one million positive PCR tests going back to March of 2020 — that’s roughly one in nine New Jerseyans,” Murphy mentioned. “I don’t think any one of us could have imagined hitting that number back 19 months ago, but here we are.”
As of Wednesday, 1,001,635 optimistic PCR checks have been reported in the state. New Jersey presently has a 0.97 fee of transmission and a positivity fee of 6.10%, with 24,613 complete confirmed COVID-related deaths.
New Jersey officers took the time Wednesday to proceed advocating for residents to get vaccinated.
In accordance with the governor, the quantity ought to be a reminder (*1*)
As of Wednesday morning, 11,651,798 complete doses have been administered in New Jersey, with 5,844,483 people who dwell, work, or examine in New Jersey being absolutely vaccinated.
Murphy additionally reminded the general public, that sure people are eligible to obtain the Pfizer vaccine booster shot.