HAWTHORNE, NJ - The Passaic County Department of Health updated its municipal count of coronavirus cases Sunday.  Hawthorne registered another rise, coming to a total of 27 cases as of March 29.  In neighboring North Haledon, where Mayor Randy George announced he would install the Star of High Mountain as a symbol of hope, the cases rose to 8.  Passaic County was also reporting an additional coronavirus case in Prospect Park, raising it to a total of 9.  In Haledon, total cases jumped up to 10.

In Bergen County, where the reported cases have been the highest in the state, Fair Lawn was reporting 102 cases and Glen Rock 24, as per County Executive James Tedesco.  Tedesco himself is in precautionary quarantine after having been exposed to the coronavirus during a press conference.

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