ROSELAND, NJ -- There were six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Roseland on Friday, according to data released by Essex County.

There are 77 coronavirus cases in Roseland, which has had 13 deaths attributed to the virus since the start of the pandemic in March.

There were four new COVID-19 cases in West Caldwell, which now has 195 cases. Fairfield had one additional case, bringing its total to 122. There were no new cases in Caldwell (102), Essex Fells (18) and North Caldwell (39).

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In Essex County, there were a total of 15,350 coronavirus cases as of Friday morning, an increase of 96 since late Thursday. There have been 1,402 deaths in the county attributed to COVID-19.

In Essex County, there were a total of 15,350 coronavirus cases as of Friday morning, an increase of 96 since late Thursday. There have been 1,402 deaths in the county attributed to COVID-19.

There have been 135,454 confirmed coronavirus cases statewide, an increase of 1,985 on Friday. The three-day rolling average of new cases in New Jersey is 1,775, which is down nearly 53 percent from the three-day rolling average of 3,768.7 from April 21-23. One of the guidelines for getting to Phase One of re-opening the state is two weeks of a decline in new cases.

Statewide hospitalizations have decreased by 1,000 since last Friday, and stood at 4,764 as of Thursday at 10 p.m.

“We’re making huge progress, but we’re not in the end zone yet,” Gov. Phil Murphy said on Friday.

As it stands, health officials announced declines in both patients in critical or intensive care, and those on ventilators — which stand at 1,439 and 1,089 respectively.

Steven Rodas contributed to this report.