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New Jersey reports 22 new COVID-19 deaths, more than 1,750 new cases; here are the latest numbers for South Jersey
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New Jersey reports 22 new COVID-19 deaths, more than 1,750 new cases; here are the latest numbers for South Jersey

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COVID-19 in NJ

Here’s an update of the COVID-19 numbers in the state.

New positive cases: 1,758

New deaths: 22

Total number of positive cases: 975,737

Total number of deaths: 24,335

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Total vaccine doses administered: 11,414,084

Rate of transmission: 1.01


Atlantic: 28,560 cases, 681 deaths, 309,307 vaccine doses administered

Cape May: 5,610 cases, 188 deaths, 114,573 vaccine doses administered

Cumberland: 16,462 cases, 416 deaths, 146,608 vaccine doses administered

Ocean: 74,084 cases, 2,076 deaths, 597,453 vaccine doses administered

Figures are as of 1 p.m. Sept. 14

Source: N.J. Department of Health

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