SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – The Sussex County Department of Health Director James McDonald has announced 10 additional county residents have tested positive for the coronavirus as of March 25.

The new patients include:

  • Newton Town, 68, female,
  • Vernon Township, 64, female,
  • Wantage Township, 70, male,
  • Frankford Township, 53, male,
  • Hardyston Township, 35, male,
  • Frankford Township, 69, female,
  • Sandyston Township, 64, female,
  • Hampton Township, 33, female,
  • Sparta Township, 48, female,
  • Hardyston Township, 52, male.

Yesterday, Governor Murphy announced additional businesses that are considered essential and allowed to remain open.  They include:

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  • Mobile phone retail and repair shops,
  • Bicycle shops but only to provide service and repair,
  • Livestock feed stores,
  • Nurseries and garden centers,
  • Farming equipment stores.

According to the New Jersey Department of Health, New Jersey has 4,402 confirmed COVID-19 cases:

  • Bergen County has the most number of cases with 819,
  • Essex County 381,
  • Middlesex County 316,
  • Monmouth County 313,
  • Union County 262,
  • Hudson County 260,
  • Passaic County 255,
  • Morris County 223,
  • Ocean County 222,
  • Somerset County 117,
  • Mercer County 82,
  • Camden County 61,
  • Burlington County 48,
  • Sussex County 27,
  • Hunterdon County 25,
  • Gloucester County 23,
  • Warren County 18,
  • Atlantic County 9,
  • Cape May County 4,
  • Cumberland County 3,
  • Salem County 1

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