A reality check tonight from state health leaders. WHO unveiled new predictive models showing the surge of COVID-19 infections hitting the state. The most likely scenario keeps NJ at a moderate pace and estimates cases will peak in mid-April.
Wednesday, officials announced 4,586 new, positive cases and 44 new deaths. Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 799,391 cases in the state and 24,561 confirmed and probable deaths