Settled east of New York, New Jersey is both the 11th most populated state in the nation and the fourth smallest in area. The densely populated state provides a multitude of urban living opportunities. The city of New Brunswick offers a number of single-family suburban homes, which provide easy access to New York City. If you want something a little off the beaten path, Warren and Hunterdon counties provide some retreat. Lambertville, a small city in the area, offers single-family homes, townhomes and apartments with a small-town atmosphere.
Bergen County is the most densely populated area in the state with a number of major cities, including Englewood, Garfield and Hackensack, which are surrounded by a number of Burroughs. Englewood is home to the Bergen Performing Arts Center as well as the historic Englewood Golf Club, which hosted the 1909 U.S. Open Tournament. Hunterdon County offers more rolling hills and rural
A state-run nursing home for veterans in New Jersey failed to attribute nearly 40% of its likely Covid-19 deaths to the virus, according to the state’s own Department of Health.
The Menlo Park Veterans Memorial Home, in Edison, N.J., attributed 62 deaths to the new coronavirus on the website of the state’s veterans’ affairs agency. But a Department of Health spokeswoman, Nancy Kearney, said late Wednesday that an additional 39 people probably died from the virus at the facility during a wave of infections there.
Another state-run veterans home, in Paramus, N.J., also likely had more Covid-19 deaths than the total it attributed to the virus, Ms. Kearney said. The likely undercount at the two facilities, among the deadliest in the state for the virus, was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.
The findings show how publicly reported nursing home mortality figures can fail to reflect the true toll