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New Jersey has nearly 2,000 confirmed cases

New Jersey officials announced 590 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the statewide total to 1,914, including 20 deaths. For the first time, all 21 counties in New Jersey have reported cases of the virus.
Two additional drive-through testing facilities will open on Monday morning — one at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel and the second at Kean University in Union.

Gov. Philip D. Murphy issued an executive order on Saturday New York City News closing nonessential businesses and asking all residents to stay home. “There are too many people still not paying attention to this,” Mr Murphy said. “We’ve about had it.”
The state’s health commissioner, Judith Persichilli, said there was a shortage of blood, and she urged donors to make an appointment. “It’s one concrete way we can all roll up our sleeves and help,” she said.

Students must move after a virus-related death.

Hundreds of students and young professionals at a residential building in Upper Manhattan have been ordered to move after a staff member tested positive for the coronavirus and a resident died from the illness.
The International House New York, which offers dormitory-style living with shared bathrooms and lounges, told all residents in its South Building that they must vacate by Friday, sending students, many of them new to the United States and with little means, scrambling to find new housing.
There are between 300 to 500 residents in the South Building, many of whom attend Columbia University. The order came after a staff member tested positive last week for the coronavirus.
Early Sunday, management at the International House, also known as the I-House, announced that a resident with the virus had died, according to an email obtained by The New York Times.
“It is with tremendous sadness that I write to inform you that an I-House resident has passed away from complications from the Covid-19 virus,” the management wrote to residents. “We are sharing this heartbreaking news, which we just learned a few hours ago, because of the need to get this information to our community immediately during the extremely difficult time.”
Management at the International House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Students on Sunday said they were frantically Press Release Distribution Services In New York City packing their belongings and relying on friends to help find new housing. They said officials at the International House told them that the state’s newly announced moratorium on evictions did not apply because the residents signed a contract stating the International House is not a traditional landlord.
Students also said the International House had disclosed no information about the people who tested positive or whether they had contact with other people.
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