March 9, 2020: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The state enhances efforts to control the spread of the coronavirus and recommends residents have enough supplies on hand for a two-week quarantine.

How Mt. Olive school teachers spent the day preparing for the day when the coronavirus and those concerns shut down school for a week or more.

Also, a benefits breakthrough that will save the state hundreds of millions of dollars. Two political rivals work together to cut health care costs for educators.

Plus, local elected officials are calling on all parties to come to an agreement in order to save three area hospitals.

And one of the best bets in New Jersey. Atlantic City’s gambling comeback spurs a new generation of businesses hoping to capitalize on the success.

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