Entire North NJ Town Told To Self-Quarantine [VIDEO]

NorthJersey.com reports:

Teaneck officials are calling for all residents to self-quarantine and only leave their residences for food and medicine as the township grapples with the most coronavirus cases in Bergen County.

Mayor Mohammed Hameeduddin called Teaneck “ground zero” Saturday and urged residents to self-quarantine as the number of cases surged to 18. Some 60% of Bergen County’s 31 confirmed virus infections are in the township, which has a population of more than 41,000.

“There are people that don’t understand that this is something we haven’t seen since World War II,” he said. “We don’t have enough test kits, every day more and more people will be getting sick.”

Teaneck is just west of Fort Lee across the George Washington Bridge from Manhattan.