TRENTON, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy released the newest number of positive cases of COVID-19 and deaths from around the state during his Friday morning press conference where again talked about Monday's re-opening of salons and barbershops, and Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli released the guidelines for family visitation to long-term care facilities beginning on Sunday.

There are 516 new cases with 37 new deaths. Statewide, there are 168,496 positive cases and 12,835 deaths. 

There will be change in the way Bergen County publicly reports its cases.

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"Starting today (Friday), we will be sharing updated numbers each Tuesday and Friday as the state and County experience a decrease in our positivity rates," said Bergen County Executive James Tedesco. "This does not represent the end, but reflects the ever changing nature of this situation. We will reevaluate our reporting status in 30 days."

Tedesco announced that there are 18,981 cases in the county as of 12 pm Friday. According to Tedesco, Hasbrouck Heights has 212 cases, Wood-Ridge has 146 cases, and Teterboro has 6 cases. 

Bergen County has the most in cases in the state with 18,967, and followed by Hudson (18,761), Essex (18,533), Passaic (16,725), and Middlesex (16,563), with 693 under investigation.  There are a total of 1691 deaths in Bergen County, while Essex County, continues to lead the state with 1,758, according to Governor Murphy.

As of 10 p.m. Wednesday, Murphy reported with were 1,177 patients in the hospital being treated for COVID-19, with 286 patients were in ICU or critical care, and 231 patients on ventilators. There were 108 discharges and 61 new hospital admissions, according to the governor.

Below are the cases by municipality. Numbers may vary due to several reasons such as varied reporting times from both the State and local municipalities; as well as pending case verifications and/or county attribution by New Jersey Department of Health. 

(*Denotes municipality contracts with the Bergen County Health Department)

*Allendale: 72
*Alpine: 24
Bergenfield: 819
Bogota: 176
Carlstadt: 99
*Cliffside Park: 495
Closter: 84
*Cresskill: 133
*Demarest: 48
*Dumont: 317
*East Rutherford: 143
*Edgewater: 135
*Elmwood Park: 531
Emerson: 242
Englewood: 777
Englewood Cliffs: 57
Fair Lawn: 611
*Fairview: 372
Fort Lee: 495
*Franklin Lakes: 152
Garfield: 808
*Glen Rock: 119
Hackensack: 1,320
*Harrington Park: 28
Hasbrouck Heights: 212
*Haworth: 38
Hillsdale: 130
Ho-Ho-Kus: 46
Leonia: 115
*Little Ferry: 193
*Lodi: 671
*Lyndhurst: 385
Mahwah: 265
*Maywood: 240
Midland Park: 87
Montvale: 76
*Moonachie: 71
New Milford: 466
*North Arlington: 293
*Northvale: 62
*Norwood: 93
*Oakland: 240
Old Tappan: 67
*Oradell: 185
Palisades Park: 260
Paramus: 1,133
*Park Ridge: 187
Ramsey: 126
Ridgefield: 203
Ridgefield Park: 260
Ridgewood: 299
River Edge: 142
River Vale: 121
*Rochelle Park: 199
*Rockleigh: 127
*Rutherford: 198
*Saddle Brook: 306
Saddle River: 81
*South Hackensack: 66
Teaneck: 1,078
Tenafly: 167
*Teterboro: 6
*Upper Saddle River: 52
Waldwick: 137
Wallington: 163
Washington Township: 100
Westwood: 228
*Woodcliff Lake: 154
*Wood-Ridge: 146
*Wyckoff: 340
Bergen County - No Town Attribution: 710

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