Saturday New Jersey reported 5 COVID-19 (new coronavirus infection) Deaths and 4,327 newly confirmed positive tests as the so-called “stealth” omicron subvariant continues to spread.
The update from the State Department of Health will take place the day after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first raised nine counties in the state to “high” risk of infection since the CDC changed its risk assessment method in February.
According to the CDC, people in high-risk areas are advised to wear masks indoors and in public transport to get the latest information on vaccinations. The counties ranked as “high” risk include Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Gloucester, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean and Sussex.
The medium risk category includes 11 counties: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Union and Warren. Masks are not recommended in the mid-low range.
The 7-day average of confirmed cases in New Jersey increased to 3,608 on Saturday, an increase of 41% from a week ago and an increase of 137% from a month ago.
Hospitalizations, usually about two weeks behind case trends, have increased this month compared to last month, but have decreased slightly from Thursday to Friday.
As of Friday night, there were 708 cases of coronavirus confirmed or suspected across 71 hospitals in the state, a decrease of 19 from the previous night. Hospitalization remains significantly lower than when it peaked at 6,089 on January 10 during the Omicron wave.
According to the report, at least 159 people were discharged during the same 24 hours until Friday night. State data.. Of the hospitalized patients, 96 were in the intensive care unit (2 more than the night before) and 45 were on ventilator (4 more than the night before).
The state-wide transmission rate for New Jersey was 1.23 on Saturday. If the transmission rate exceeds 1, it means that at least one additional case has occurred for each new case and the occurrence is expanding.
The positive rate for the test conducted on the latest Monday with available data was 10.75%.
Saturday’s state also reported 959 possible cases from rapid antigen testing in the medical setting.
The BA.2 strain of COVID-19 has been spreading in New Jersey for several weeks, albeit at a much slower rate than the Omicron surge in December and January. Authorities say that Omicron’s “stealth” subvariants appear to spread more easily, but generally do not cause more serious illness.
In the week ending April 23, BA.2 accounted for 96.7% of the sampled positive tests (slightly up from 96.6% in the previous week) and 1% of the Omicron variants sampled positive tests. ..
New Jersey has received a total of 1,993,677 confirmed COVID-19 cases out of more than 17.6 million PCR tests performed over two years since the state reported the first known cases on March 4, 2020. I reported.
Garden State has also recorded 324,552 positive antigens or rapid tests, which are considered possible cases. And there are probably many uncounted cases, including home-based positive tests that are not included in the state count.
9.2 million residents reported 33,543 COVID-19 deaths at the time, with 30,491 deaths and potentially 3,052 deaths.
For new jersey Eighth most deaths from coronavirus per capita As of the latest data reported on Monday, it is behind Mississippi, Arizona, Oklahoma, Alabama, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Arkansas in the United States. last summer, The state still killed the most Per capita of the country.
The latest numbers are: Major research This reveals that even mild cases of COVID-19 can have significant effects on the brain. Long COVID (a term commonly used to describe symptoms caused by a virus long after a person is not positive on a test) is 10 of people with an infection, whether mild or severe. It is known to affect% to 30%. case.
Of the 8.46 million eligible people living, working and studying in New Jersey, more than 6.88 million have been vaccinated for the first time, 779 since vaccination began here on December 15, 2020. Over 10,000 people are receiving the first dose.
More than 3.67 million people in the booster states receive boosters.
School and care number
During the week leading up to May 1, approximately 59% of schools reported data, and an additional 4,928 COVID-19 cases were reported between staff (1,312) and students (3,616) throughout the New Jersey school. ..
Since the beginning of the school year, 111,905 students and 32,428 school staff have been infected with COVID-19 in New Jersey, but more than two-thirds of school districts do not report data in any week in the state.
The state provides total cases of students and staff, apart from what is considered an in-school infection. It is narrowly defined as three or more cases linked by contact tracing.
A total of 725 outbreaks have been reported in New Jersey, including 5,063 for students and staff. This includes 72 new outbreaks.
According to the state, at least 9,049 deaths from COVID-19 occur among residents and staff in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities. State data..
According to the latest data, there were active outbreaks at 277 facilities, with 3,062 inhabitants and 2,816 staff.
As of Saturday, more than 520 million COVID-19 cases have been reported worldwide. Johns Hopkins UniversityThe virus has killed more than 6.2 million people.
The United States reports the highest number of cases (more than 82 million) and deaths (at least 999,519) in any country.
More than 11 billion vaccines have been administered worldwide.
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