TRENTON, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy released the newest number of presumptive positive cases of novel coronavirus and deaths on Sunday. There was no press conference due to the Easter holiday.

There were 3,733 new cases with 168 new deaths. Statewide, there are 61,850 positive cases and 2,350 deaths in total as of Sunday.  According to Murphy, there are 453 total deaths in Bergen County

Tedesco announced Thursday his office is no longer reporting cases by individual municipalities.

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The Governor announced Bergen County continues to lead the state in cases with 9,784, followed by Hudson (7,469), Essex (7,410), Union (6,180), Middlesex (5,693) and Passaic (5,590.)  There are still 1274 under investigation.

According to Murphy, there are 7,604 people hospitalized with COVID-19 or under investigation as of Saturday at 10 pm. Of those 1,914 are in critical care, and 1,644 of those people are on ventilators. 

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