Cases of the new coronavirus have exploded in several New Jersey counties this week. See you spread.

It’s not just your neck out of the woods that spreads it Corona Virus Increasing. She is everywhere in New Jersey.

For the second week in a rowIn all 21 counties, there have been increases in coronavirus cases. The number of new cases in each county in the week of November 5-11 was at least 24% higher than the previous week, and 11 counties increased the case burden by 50% or more.

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Pasik County experienced the most severe outbreak, adding 32.8 cases per 10,000 residents, an increase of 73% from the previous week. Essex County also liquidated 30 new cases per 10,000, and it fell at 30.2.

Eight counties added more than 20 cases per 10,000 residents. The state as a whole added 20.5 cases per 10,000 residents, up 49% from the previous week. The United States added 25.5 cases per 10,000, up 35% from last week.

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Only three provinces – Cape May, Salem and Sussex – have managed to keep the number of new cases below 10 per 10,000 residents. They were all over 9.

The biggest rise from last week came in Warren County. After sitting at 8.7 new cases per 10,000 residents last week, the county jumped to 18.8 – an increase of 117%.

In an effort to limit the spread of the virus, Gov. Phil Murphy Sign a new rule Thursday that allows New Jersey counties and municipalities to close non-essential businesses at 8 p.m.

Came the same day that New restrictions on bars and restaurants Limit hours and indoor dining have gone into effect.

Thursday brought 3,517 new cases of coronavirus in New Jersey, the fourth time in six days that this number has exceeded 3,000.

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Nick Devlin is a reporter with the Data and Investigations Team. It can be reached at [email protected].

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