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N.j. Reports 1,133 Covid Cases, 14 Deaths, and a Drop in the Number of Daily Positive Tests.

Tuesday saw 1,133 COVID-19 cases and 14 deaths in New Jersey. Since Jan. 10, when the state reported 2,128 positive tests, daily case rates have dropped.

The state’s seven-day average for confirmed positive tests is 1,748, down 20% from last week and 8% from last month.

While positive tests have increased this winter, New Jersey has not experienced a repetition of the Christmas rise last year. Jan. 17, 2022, saw almost 16,000 positive tests.

On Tuesday, the statewide transmission was 1.

A transmission rate of 1 implies a stable outbreak, while anything above 1 suggests a growing disease.

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The CDC classifies 19 counties in the state as “high” for coronavirus. Only Hunterdon and Warren counties contain “medium” communities. The CDC classifies counties by case counts and hospitalizations by area.

Monday night, 70 hospitals reported 1,495 coronavirus cases. 173 are in intensive care and 71 are on ventilators.

15.12% of Saturday tests were positive statewide.

CDC deems positive rates above 10% “high.” New Jersey’s positive rate is down from its peak of 40.

83% on Jan. 1, 2022, during the omicron variation.


Since its initial incidence on March 4, 2020, New Jersey has reported over 2.49 million COVID-19 cases.

477,045 positive antigen or fast testing in New Jersey indicate probable cases.
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At-home positive tests are also likely uncounted.

The state of 9.2 million people has reported 35,684 COVID-19 deaths—32,568 verified and 3,116 suspected.

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As of Jan. 9, New Jersey has the 10th-most coronavirus deaths per capita.
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7.1 million New Jersey residents, workers, and students are completely immunized. Since Dec. 15, 2020, almost 8 million people have received their first immunization in the state.

4.3 million state residents have received boosters.


According to the latest official data, 9,946 nursing home patients and staff had died from COVID-19.

The newest data shows 11,256 resident cases and 7,426 staff cases across 444 facilities.

Global Numbers

The Johns Hopkins University coronavirus database reports over 667 million COVID-19 cases worldwide.

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Data suggests the virus has killed over 6.7 million individuals. The U.S. has the greatest cumulative cases (101 million) and deaths (1.1 million).


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