NJ Gov. Murphy holds a press conference on the coronavirus

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is holding a push convention on the coronavirus outbreak in the condition, which has infected much more than 25,500 people today in the state as of Friday.

New Jersey has been the next hardest-strike state by the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., pursuing New York. On Thursday, Murphy reported the condition has recorded a complete of 537 fatalities owing to the coronavirus, reporting 182 new deaths in one day.

Murphy signed an government purchase that would formally authorize Patrick Callahan, superintendent of the New Jersey Condition Law enforcement, to commandeer provides from health treatment amenities not at the moment in operation, which include N95 masks, ventilators and other protecting tools.

Murphy announced on Monday that the state’s tax payers will now have right until July 15 to convert in their paperwork. On Saturday, he placed a 90-day grace period of time on home finance loan payments.

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