The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll throughout New Jersey’s nursing homes, killing patients and staff alike. Complicating the matter has been the refusal of New Jersey officials to release a list of the official death count for each residential care facility until last week.

Across the state there have been 1,779 deaths, including 10,500 cases that have tested positive at 450 long-term care facilities. Moreover, all the state’s facilities have at least one positive case of the coronavirus.

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