TRENTON, NJ - Governor Phil Murphy announced another the newest positive cases of novel coronavirus and deaths at his Monday afternoon press conference along with and state officials.

There are 3,663 new cases with 86 new deaths. Statewide, there are 41,090 positive cases and 1,003 deaths in total as of Monday. The Governor announced Bergen County continues to lead in cases with 6,862, having 570 new cases.

Bergen County continues to lead the state in total positive cases, followed by Essex (4,493), Hudson (4,395), Passaic (3,756), and Union (3,685.) There are 3,521 still under investigation.

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According to Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco, the county now has a total of 7,180 presumptive positive cases impacting all 70 municipalities in the county, and 200 total deaths. He noted that numbers vary due to varied reporting times from both the State and local municipalities; as well as pending case verifications and/or county attribution by NJDOH. (state numbers are listed as of 8 a.m.)

Locally, Hasbrouck Heights has 90 cases, Wood-Ridge 55, and Teterboro 2 cases. Teaneck continues to be the town with the most cases with 540, as of Monday.

Judith Persichilli, Department of Health Commissioner said 399 of the total deaths had underlying health conditions, either diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, renal disease, or pulmonary issues like COPD, asthma, or emphysema.

Parsichilli also said that six hospitals in northern New Jersey were on Divert status Sunday night. Three were on divert for critical care bed capacity; three were on full divert. She noted that hospitals in Hudson County were "hit pretty hard" as well as one each in Middlesex and Somerset.

Murphy entered  and left the press briefing wear a face mask with "Exit 109" embossed on it. He explained that when state officials are meeting in close proximity they will be wearing protective face coverings in accordance with new guidelines. Earlier in the day Murphy and the team had a video conference with the White House.

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Allendale: 27
Alpine: 15
Bergenfield: 357
Bogota: 85
Carlstadt: 41
Cliffside Park: 192
Closter: 35
Cresskill: 43
Demarest: 22
Dumont: 129
East Rutherford: 65
Edgewater: 67
Elmwood Park: 201
Emerson: 52
Englewood: 350
Englewood Cliffs: 18
Fair Lawn: 281
Fairview: 120
Fort Lee: 188
Franklin Lakes: 73
Garfield: 245
Glen Rock: 55
Hackensack: 509
Harrington Park: 12
Hasbrouck Heights: 90
Haworth: 15
Hillsdale: 64
Ho-Ho-Kus: 23
Leonia: 52
Little Ferry: 87
Lodi: 244
Lyndhurst: 145
Mahwah: 127
Maywood: 64
Midland Park: 44
Montvale: 47
Moonachie: 36
New Milford: 179
North Arlington: 85
Northvale: 31
Norwood: 34
Oakland: 94
Old Tappan: 42
Oradell: 86
Palisades Park: 98
Paramus: 271
Park Ridge: 49
Ramsey: 71
Ridgefield: 71
Ridgefield Park: 109
Ridgewood: 151
River Edge: 74
Rivervale: 38
Rochelle Park: 49
Rockleigh : 4
Rutherford: 82
Saddle Brook: 116
Saddle River: 23
South Hackensack: 29
Teaneck: 540
Tenafly: 74
Teterboro: 2
Upper Saddle River: 38
Waldwick: 61
Wallington: 55
Washington Township: 56
Westwood: 87
Woodcliff Lake: 35
Wood-Ridge: 55
Wyckoff: 171


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