A 26-year-old man who is currently “recovering at home” has been identified as Bayonne’s 7th coronavirus patient, Mayor Jimmy Davis posted on social media.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“I have been notified of Bayonneâ€™s 7th resident that is a confirmed positive. This 26 year-old male is recovering at home, under self-isolation and the monitoring of the Health Department,” the mayor wrote.
“Earlier this morning, I directed OEM to monitor all city social media feeds to answer all your questions. They will continue that through the day to help keep you informed. As I told you yesterday, we will get through this crisis! Most people that get this virus will recover well, however, we want to protect the most vulnerable in our community. Stay Bayonne Strong!”
At around 2 p.m., the New Jersey Department of Health posted new numbers on their website, indicating that there are now 1,904 confirmed COVID-19 cases across the state and 126 throughout Hudson County.
As of this writing, 102 coronavirus cases have been announced publicly in Hudson County: 53 in Jersey City, 19 in Hoboken, two in West New York, four in Kearny, one in Secaucus, two in Weehawken, 14 in North Bergen, and seven in Bayonne.