TRENTON, NJ -- New Jersey had another 910 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, pushing our total to 159,608, Gov. Phil Murphy reported on Saturday via Twitter.

Of the patients reported, 2,626 are in hospitals, 672 are in critical or intensive care, and 499 are on ventilator, according to the governor.  Locally, in Montclair, a total of 415 people have tested positive for the disease. There have been 49 deaths in the Township, but none in the past five days.

Murphy also reported that we have lost 113 more New Jerseyans, pushing the total to 11,634 lives lost.

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Confirmed COVID-19 Cases (by County)
Atlantic: 2,183 • Bergen: 18,211 • Burlington: 4,567 • Camden: 6,425 • Cape May: 615 • Cumberland: 2,259 • Essex: 17,594 • Gloucester: 2,217 • Hudson: 18,343 • Hunterdon: 985 • Mercer: 6,850 • Middlesex: 15,824 • Monmouth: 8,159 • Morris: 6,383 • Ocean: 8,700 • Passaic: 16,099 • Salem: 621 • Somerset: 4,567 • Sussex: 1,110 • Union: 15,764 • Warren: 1,162 • Under Investigation: 970
 
Confirmed COVID-19 Deaths (by County)
Atlantic: 159 • Bergen: 1,573 • Burlington: 290 • Camden: 334 • Cape May: 49 • Cumberland: 72 • Essex: 1,657 • Gloucester: 147 • Hudson: 1,173 • Hunterdon: 60 • Mercer: 470 • Middlesex: 989 • Monmouth: 596 • Morris: 613 • Ocean: 726 • Passaic: 925 • Salem: 37 • Somerset: 417 • Sussex: 149 • Union: 1,067 • Warren: 131

"Our fight against the coronavirus continues to go well. As of this writing, Scotch Plains has 271 residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus. Gratefully, we still only have had 13 deaths to date, and have not had a new death reported since May 10th," said Mayor Al Smith. "We are continuing to win the battle against the coronavirus which is so important to opening our town up."

In Fanwood, Mayor Colleen Mahr said that the Westfield Regional Health Department reported that the borough's number of COVID-19 cases remains at 92. It has been several weeks since the last death in Fanwood.

"The Board further reminds residents that your efforts are paying off and they encourage you to stay the course," Mayor Mahr said.