NJ COVID Numbers Peak Again / Nurses 'Terrified' / Travel Rules

Tom Davis
·1 min read

Check out the top news that made headlines this week across the Patch network in New Jersey:

Gov. Murphy: NJ COVID Cases Could Hit 10K A Day, Reach Daily High Again

Gov. Murphy says coronavirus prediction models indicate cases could double if precautions aren't taken on Thanksgiving. New cases reached a daily high again on Saturday. Here's what could happen.>>>Read more here.

'Terrified' NJ Nurse Pleads For Caution As COVID Spikes

"I was working during the first wave, and it was like a horror movie. The things I've seen can't be unseen," said Jennifer Koczon-Knief.

NJ Expands Coronavirus Travel Quarantine List To 46 States

Just in time for Thanksgiving travel, New Jersey expanded the quarantine list to its biggest yet again. Here's where.

This NJ Town's PD Won't Respond To COVID Gathering Violations, Chief Says

"We the police will not be used to carry out orders I feel are detrimental to our relationship with our community," wrote Chief Kudrick.

Gov. Murphy: 60 Percent Don't Respond To NJ COVID Contact Tracing

Gov. Phil Murphy said the state has seen a lot of noncompliance with contact tracers, particularly in New Jersey youth hockey.

Child Charged With Arson Of Ocean City Acme Parking Garage

The parking garage of Acme Markets in Ocean City caught fire on Sunday.

36 Test Positive For Coronavirus At Ocean City Nursing Home

Nineteen residents and 17 staff have tested positive recently in The Shores as cases and deaths increase in Ocean City.

Gov. Murphy: NJ May Get First Coronavirus Vaccines By Christmas

Gov. Murphy said the first delivery of vaccines for the coronavirus may arrive by Christmas. Here's how it may work, and what's planned.

Wind Causes Plane To Overturn At Central Jersey Airport

A single-engine airplane overturned at an airport in Hillsborough on Wednesday afternoon.

Middletown Man Charged With 5 Counts Of Attempted Murder In PA

A Leonardo man is accused of trying to kill a Pennsylvania family by cutting their home's gas line overnight, and trying to start a fire.

This article originally appeared on the Point Pleasant Patch