Hoboken mayor confirms city’s first case of coronavirus

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Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla has confirmed the city’s first case of coronavirus. Mayor Bhalla made the announcement on Twitter.

The mayor says the patient is a male in his 40s.

The affected individual has been in self-quarantine and is expected to make a full recovery.

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Health officials are developing a timeline of event and any individuals who may have had contact with thh patient will be notified.

It’s New Jersey’s 31st case.

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