Governor Phil Murphy thanks President Trump as statewide cases pass 4400
In a tweet by John Heinis, publisher of the Hudson County View earlier today, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy thanked President Donald Trump for his help in the Garden State.
The federal government is building a pop up hospital with 250 beds at the Meadowlands Convention Center.
.@GovMurphy says thanks to @realDonaldTrump, @fema, and the @USACEHQ, a pop-up hospital with 250 beds will be coming to the #Meadowlands Convention Center in #Secaucus
— John Heinis (@HeinisHardNews) March 25, 2020
Another 1,000 beds are anticipated if needed across the state:
We’ve also identified three locations where temporary hospitals can be stood-up, one in each region of our state – north, central, and south – a total additional 1,000 beds that can be activated in just a matter of days and weeks.
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) March 25, 2020
Statewide, NJ.com reports an increase of 736 cases indicating the state may be reaching a plateau with 4,402 cases.