Share-worthy stories from the New Jersey Patch network to talk about tonight:
Larry Cohen died at a New Jersey hospital of the coronavirus; his family received only his phone, keys and 2 coins. A probe is underway.>>>Read more.
"When I realized I didn't have to have the swab jammed into my brain, I figured I'd give it a try," said a New Jersey woman, tested May 6.
Here are the New Jersey towns and counties and their numbers of cases, as well as the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.
Atlantic County announced nine new coronavirus deaths Tuesday, including an 18-year-old Mullica Township woman.
Matt Murello posted to social media that Gov. Phil Murphy needs to open non-essential businesses again.
Sixty-six percent of New Jerseyans thinks the state is moving to reopen at the right pace while 19 percent say it's happening too quickly.
Also Worth a Look Today
- U.S. Coronavirus Blog: Deaths Hit 80K; MLB Owners Seek July Start
- AP Source: MLB Owners Approve Plan To Start Season In July
- Texas Mom Overcomes Coronavirus To Reunite With Family
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