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  1. Passaic's Jewish Community Mourns Beloved St. Mary's Pediatrician Elliot Samet

    Passaic's Jewish Community Mourns Beloved St. Mary's Pediatrician Elliot Samet

    Elliot Samet, a beloved physician at St. Mary's General Hospital, died of coronavirus Tuesday.Samet, remembered as a "leading pediatrician" in Passaic's Jewish community, practiced medicine for 38 years and served as a primary neonatologist at St. Mary's.He was also a founding member of Passaic's Hatzolah, volunteer emergency medical service organization serving Jewish ...

  2. 2 Monmouth County Jail Inmates Test Positive For Coronavirus

    2 Monmouth County Jail Inmates Test Positive For Coronavirus

    Two inmates at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution have tested positive for coronavirus and are being quarantined in a separate part of the jail, officials said.Three inmates were tested after coming down with fevers -- and one test came back negative, Sheriff Shaun Golden said Tuesday.Several corrections officers are under self-quarantine although none tested ...

  3. Authorities: Woman, 37, Sexually Assaulted At Knifepoint In Jersey City

    Authorities: Woman, 37, Sexually Assaulted At Knifepoint In Jersey City

    A 37-year-old woman was hospitalized after being sexually assaulted at knifepoint in Jersey City, authorities said.The woman was treated at Christ Hospital after the incident, which happened at Warner and Ocean avenues around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said.No arrests had been made as of Tuesday afternoon.Anyone with information is asked to contact the ...

  4. CORRECTION: NJ Schools Not Closed For Rest Of Year

    CORRECTION: NJ Schools Not Closed For Rest Of Year

    In a story earlier today, Daily Voice incorrectly reported that Gov. Phil Murphy ordered all New Jersey schools for the rest of the year.What Murphy said about schools was that he signed an executive order waiving 2019-2020 school year assessment requirements for eighth and twelfth grade students due to COVID-19.The initial story has been revised. Daily Voice regrets the error.Murphy ...

  5. Murphy Orders Parks Closed, Waives Testing For Students

    Murphy Orders Parks Closed, Waives Testing For Students

    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy closed all parks and waived school testing -- with schools closed indefinitely -- in a series of executive orders signed Tuesday.UPDATE: A previous version of this story incorrectly said schools were closed for the rest of the year.The four orders extended the public health emergency declared on March 9, shut all state and county parks, extended ...

  6. Montclair Restaurateur Found Selfless Way To Take Care Of His Staff Amid COVID-19 Crisis

    Montclair Restaurateur Found Selfless Way To Take Care Of His Staff Amid COVID-19 Crisis

    The owner of a Montclair restaurant is stepping up in trying times to help his employees during the COVID-19 crisis.Demetri Malki, who runs De Novo European Pub on Bellevue Avenue, has vowed to give every dollar that comes through his restaurant's front doors to his employees so they can pay their bills.Malki of Westfield opened a second location in Edgewater last year, but had to close ...

  7. Union City Parks Worker Dies Of Coronavirus, City Cases Rise To 511

    Union City Parks Worker Dies Of Coronavirus, City Cases Rise To 511

    One of Union City's parks department workers died of coronavirus, his nephew said.Marcelo Gonzalez died of coronavirus-related complications on April 4. "My uncle was a gentle, humble, and strong man who loved all his family," Gio Gonzalez said. "He will be missed dearly by all who loved him, knew him, spent time with him, and worked With him."There were 511 coronavirus ...

  8. NY Jets GM Joe Douglas Keeps Leaving Fat Tips At Morris County Restaurant

    NY Jets GM Joe Douglas Keeps Leaving Fat Tips At Morris County Restaurant

    One Morris County business is feeling the love from New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas during the coronavirus crisis.Douglas reportedly left a $100 tip on a $101 order at River Grille Sunday. He's done it the past two times he picked up food at the River Road restaurant, the New York Post reports.Bartender Ryan Holsten's girlfriend Cara Gaunno posed a photo of the receipt on ...

  9. Nine Inmates, 20 Morris County Jail Workers Test Positive For Coronavirus

    Nine Inmates, 20 Morris County Jail Workers Test Positive For Coronavirus

    Nine inmates and 20 staff members have tested positive for coronavirus at the Morris County Jail, including one corrections officer who returned to work Monday, officials said.Several other of the 141 inmates are awaiting test results, and other employees are expected to return to work this week, Sheriff James M. Gannon said.The first inmate-related case of coronavirus was confirmed ...

  10. Murphy Says NJ Coronavirus Cases Could Peak Next Month

    Murphy Says NJ Coronavirus Cases Could Peak Next Month

    More than 3,600 new coronavirus cases were announced Monday in New Jersey, bringing the statewide total to 41,090 including 1,003 deaths.Gov. Phil Murphy for the first time on Monday shared predictions of cases in the state, indicating between April 19 and May 11.  A peak in hospitalizations was anticipated between April 10 and 28, the governor said.If social distancing ...

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