Ocean County’s New COVID-19 Cases Dropping Again


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Rick Mellerup
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November 10, 2021
By Rick Mellerup

The Ocean County Wellbeing Department described 923 new situations of COVID-19 in all of the county for the long week of Nov. 2 through Nov. 9.
It was a overall of 8 days of reports mainly because of Election Day, when the OCHD workplaces were shut apart from for emergencies. This paper experiences weekly totals as of Tuesday of every single 7 days.
The complete was up from the 819 new scenarios the week of Oct. 27 to Nov. 1. But once once more, thanks to holiday seasons, a week to week comparison is misleading. The Oct. 27 to Nov. 1 week had only 6 times since the Election Day figures have been held right until Wednesday. So a superior comparison is the day by day regular of new circumstances for the weeks in concern.
The each day average for the very long 7 days ending on Nov. 9 was 115 new scenarios. That is down from the each day typical of 136.5 new cases for the 6-working day week ending Nov. 1. Ideally the craze will keep on.  —R.M.

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