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Bergen County, New Jersey - 11 June 2019
1. SOUNDBITE (English) Sheriff Anthony Cureton, Bergen County, New Jersey:
"Right now a jail is in the entire lockdown position that is is quarantined and inmates are allowed to move about within the jail but they are quarantined to remain within the jail, that is."
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim Tedesco, Bergen County Executive:
"We have been in contact with the state health department. They are aware of the plan that we've put in place. We also are asking for their assistance so that we can expedite both the delivery of the vaccine and also some testing."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Sheriff Anthony Cureton, Bergen County, New Jersey:
"We're not accepting any detainees or any other inmates from local municipalities while we're under this quarantine."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sheriff Anthony Cureton, Bergen County, New Jersey:
"The jail will run as it normally runs. We've met with the assignment judge. Cases will be heard. We're going to be using other correctional facilities to house any new incoming inmates for cases."
Officials have placed a county jail in New Jersey under quarantine as they investigate suspected cases of mumps among the inmates. Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco said Tuesday that the first case was discovered a day earlier at the Bergen County Jail. The county sheriff's office says five inmates have been diagnosed by their symptoms. They are awaiting tests to confirm. The quarantine means no new inmates will be accepted for at least 25 days.
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