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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that eight more states now meet the metrics under New Jersey's travel advisory.

Visitors to the state from California, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada and Tennessee should self-quarantine for two weeks. Those states join Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Utah, which were announced last week.

New York and Connecticut also hold the same travel advisory. Murphy encouraged people who do travel to New Jersey to get tested.

The governor also announced 461 new cases of the virus, increasing the statewide total to more than 171,000. Forty-seven new deaths were reported. The total is now 13,181.

During Monday's press conference, Murphy reversed course on indoor dining because of overcrowding at outdoor establishments over the weekend and the continuing outbreaks in parts of the country, even though New Jersey has seen a significant reduction in the number of its virus cases.

Late Monday, Murphy banned drinking and smoking at Atlantic City casinos when they reopen Thursday at limited capacity.

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Iran breaks a new record of infections and reports more than 11,500 deaths .

The Iranian Ministry of Health confirmed this Sunday 163 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours in the country, a daily record of deaths, and more than 2,500 new cases, above the 240,000 total infected, and more than 11,500 fatalities, although a balance made by an organization opposing the government of the Islamic republic multiplies this figure by six.

The Health spokeswoman, Sima Sadat Lari, specified that 2,560 people tested positive in the last hours, with which the cases reach a total of 240,438, including 11,571 deaths and at least 201,330 recoveries.

In addition, adds the official information, which records Europa Press, 3,168 patients remain in intensive care.

The latest daily record was recorded on June 29 with 162 deaths, according to estimates by the official Iranian agency IRNA.
Given this critical situation, the country’s president, Hasan Rohani, ordered that “not a single official attends to anyone without a mask Starting Sunday “and announced that not wearing a chinstrap” will be considered a ‘de facto’ violation of other people’s rights. “

Rohani also ordered national mask manufacturers to maintain production volume to satisfy demand in a country where a new contagion is registered every 33 seconds and a fatality every 13 minutes.

However, the opposition Mojahedin People’s Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK), which claims to overthrow the Islamic republic, announced yesterday that The death toll from coronavirus in 342 cities in Iran is more than 65,200.

According to PMOI-MEK, the number of victims in Tehran exceeded 16,650, Khorasan Razavi 4,230, Lorestan 2,415, East Azerbaijan 1,915, West Azerbaijan 1,825, Hamedan 1,460 and Bushehr 645.

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