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NJ reports nearly 2,400 new COVID-19 cases, 16 new deaths; here are the latest numbers for South Jersey
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NJ reports nearly 2,400 new COVID-19 cases, 16 new deaths; here are the latest numbers for South Jersey

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The New York Times reports cases of COVID-19 among children in the United States has risen 32% in the last two weeks

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

New positive cases: 2,376

New deaths: 16

Total number of positive cases: 1,077,405

Total number of deaths: 25,500

Total vaccine doses administered: 13,498,818

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Rate of transmission: 1.23


Atlantic: 32,886 cases, 745 deaths, 369,305 doses administered

Cape May: 6,525 cases, 199 deaths, 138,511 doses administered

Cumberland: 18,912 cases, 454 deaths, 174,753 doses administered

Ocean: 85,801 cases, 2,230 deaths, 709,709 doses administered

Figures are as of 1 p.m. Nov. 25

Source: N.J. Department of Health

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