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N.J. reports 2,200 COVID cases, 17 deaths, as hospitalizations continue to drop – NJ.com

There were 1,068 people hospitalized with COVID as of Friday night, according to state data.

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New Jersey on Saturday reported another 2,200 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 17 more confirmed deaths, as hospitalizations continued to drop and the transmission rate fell slightly.
The state has seen 27,323 total deaths from the virus in more than 17 months…

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