New Jersey governor Murphy also announced the state is allocating $6 million in federal funding to Rutgers University to boost its ability to produce its rapid saliva tests from 10,000 tests a day to 50,000 tests a day within the next six to eight weeks. Expanding testing and contact tracing are steps 2 and 3 in the broad six-point recovery plan Murphy laid out last month. Step 1 is seeing daily cases and hospitalizations drop for 14 straight days. To read the full story.
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