Boonton and other towns across New Jersey are putting proactive measures in place to quell the spread of COVID-19. Disruptions to school, work, and major public gatherings are already manifesting and it’s important to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Boonton, NJ community.
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New Jersey COVID-19 Cases
New Jersey Total Coronavirus Cases: 2,859,446
New Jersey New Coronavirus Deaths: 9
New Jersey Total Coronavirus Deaths: 35,169
U.S. Total Coronavirus Cases: 100,906,111
U.S. New Coronavirus Deaths: 68
U.S. Total Coronavirus Deaths: 1,106,990
Coronavirus News for Boonton
Here’s an update of the COVID-19 numbers in the state. Atlantic: 67,167 cases, 988 deaths, 385,818 doses administered Cape May: 13,394 cases, 279 deaths, 136,480 doses administered Cumberland: 40,711 ... More info »The Press of Atlantic City - 11/28/2022 05:30am
New Jersey health officials reported another 1,256 COVID-19 cases and 12 confirmed deaths on Tuesday. The state’s seven-day average for confirmed positive cases is 1,418 — an 8% increase from ... More info »NJ.com - 11/08/2022 03:40am
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday his administration has launched a promised review of its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. The administration hired regional law firm Montgomery ... More info »Associated Press on MSN - 11/28/2022 12:27pm
This page is updated on Mondays. More than 98 million people in the U.S. have had confirmed coronavirus infections and more than 1 million have died of COVID-19. In the graphics below, explore the ... More info »NPR - 11/28/2022 12:16am
A new subvariant has taken over as the predominant version of coronavirus circulating in Massachusetts, causing experts to worry about a potential rise of infections this winter, especially as ... More info »The Boston Globe - 11/24/2022 02:57pm