Nysdah has issued a travel advisory for the New Jersey-New York metro region to help people stay safe today as coronavalids are being found in the air.
“It is important to note that this advisory is for residents in the New Brunswick, New Brunswick and New Brunswick-New Jersey metropolitan areas and is intended to help them with their planning and to help prevent spread of the coronavillae,” Nysidah said in a statement.
Nysdahn said that residents should avoid any outdoor activity or use the restroom, and stay at home if they are pregnant, nursing or elderly.
The travel advisory does not cover residents who are visiting friends or family members or traveling with children, or people with weakened immune systems.
Nydah said the state has more than 1,500 active coronaviral cases and that “more than half” of them have been in New Jersey.
New Jersey has seen nearly 20,000 confirmed coronavids this year and about 14,000 deaths.