Jersey health officials acknowledge many more people may get the novel coronavirus, but they're doing everything possible to slow the spread of the disease.

Hospitals across the Garden State are working on contingency plans in case the number of seriously ill novel coronavirus patients suddenly shoots higher.

State investigators have received 270 complaints in a matter of days alleging price gouging during New Jersey's first public health emergency, which was prompted by the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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