Ocean County Revises Monday COVID-19 Figures, Says State Glitch to Blame

TOMS RIVER, NJ – Earlier today, the Ocean County Health Department reported over 500 total cases of COVID-19 on Monday.  Tonight, Daniel Regenye, spokesperson for the OCHD said that number was an error generated by the state’s COVID-19 tracking system.

“The State had issues with their system over the weekend, so number exports over the past few days have been inconsistent,” Regenye said. “We are hopeful they resolved the issue and it will get back on track.”

Now, the county lists 242 new cases in Ocean County for Monday.

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