TRENTON, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy updated the latest presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 on a press conference call Sunday afternoon.
State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli reported 94 new cases and one death in Bergen County. She said the death was a male in his 90's with underlying health issues.
Bergen County now has a total of 457 cases, the largest number in the state.
Bergen County Executive James Tedesco announced the latest in coronavirus cases in the county's municipalities. Wood-Ridge Borough Administrator Christopher Eilert confirmed there are five cases in the borough. There are now 4 cases in Hasbrouck Heights. (TAPinto has reached out to borough officials for additional information.)
Area with towns/cases are as follows:
East Rutherford: 3
Hasbrouck Heights 4
Little Ferry: 6
Rochelle Park: 1
South Hackensack: 2
Overall, there are 590 new cases with 4 new deaths announced during the governor's call. Statewide, there are 1,914 presumptive positive cases and 20 deaths in total as of Saturday afternoon, per the health commissioner.
Murphy said he expects the increase to rise some because of community spread and the increase in testing throughout the state.
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