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  • New Jersey's governor, Phil Murphy, joins me now.

  • There are more than 11,000 confirmed cases in that state.

  • Governor Murphy.

  • Good morning.

  • The president said Saturday he was considering an enforceable quarantine on New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

  • New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, said he considered that an act of war on the states.

  • Trump has now said, after consulting with Cuomo and you and the governor of Connecticut, he will issue a strong advisory instead.

  • What can you tell us about that consultation?

  • Yep, Good to be back, Martha.

  • We had a lot of back and forth, both among the three governors, which we do regularly these days as well as with White House.

  • The fact of the matter is our three states and I know New Jersey, obviously the best we're doing about us aggressive, a set of steps is any states in America right now.

  • So is challenging, as this is, and you're right over 11,000 positives and tragically, 140 dead as of yesterday in the Garden State.

  • The fact of the matter is, people really aren't traveling a whole lot a travel warning.

  • We're fine with the fact of the matter is, we are all in on flattening that curve social distancing as aggressive as any states in America.

  • It will continue to be that way.

  • So so there will be no real enforcement of this because people just aren't traveling well.

  • It's a travel advisory, so we take that seriously and we will executed by the states.

  • And that's something that, as I say, it's de facto happening already.

  • And we'll make sure.

  • Listen, we are pounding the table morning, noon and night.

  • Stay home, stay home, stay home.

  • So there's another message point we can add to that.

  • We're happy to add to that.

  • But we want folks to stay home and flatten this curb, curb and break the back back of this virus.

  • New Jersey has more than eight times the number of confirmed cases now, compared to when we spoke a week ago.

  • And you've already issued a CZ You say that stay at home order.

  • So why wouldn't a quarantine like this be effective again?

  • Martha, we are de facto.

  • Staying at home was a state.

  • There are nine million of us.

  • You're absolutely right.

  • The numbers have gone up dramatically.

  • But we expected this when we told our folks that would happen, part of its due to community spread.

  • But a big part of it is we have opened up testing aggressively.

  • So the fact of the matter is, folks, they're already getting the message to stay at home.

  • We're enforcing that.

  • If we think within New Jersey, there are stronger steps we could take.

  • We consider them regularly, and we will take them.

  • This again is an advisory adds to a message that we've already that have already been stark about.

  • And remember the tests that were getting back yesterday, maybe is much as a week or so since the specimen was collected.

  • So we're not yet seeing the numbers from the most dramatic steps we've taken on social distancing.

  • We probably won't see that for another week or so.

  • And let's talk about the situation in your hospitals.

  • Last week you told me New Jersey was desperate for personal protective equipment and the federal government had only given you a fraction of what you ask for.

  • You've now received a shipment from the stockpile, including 120,000 and 95 mask and 1000 medical beds.

  • Is that enough?

  • Listen, we have gotten another shipment and our private sector, our hospital systems will shut down elective surgery.

  • So we're getting equipment from that.

  • But we're still way short.

  • We have a long way to go.

  • I'd say, Martha, the big headline for us right now, or ventilators.

  • We had a very specific conversation with White House last night about ventilators.

  • That's our number one ask.

  • It's our number one need on.

  • That's the one that we're focused most on right now.

  • We have a long way to go on the whole peopIe front, but we've made more progress in other areas that we have right now on ventilators.

  • That's our big focus.

  • You ask about ventilators.

  • What was the answer?

  • They're trying to work with us and listen.

  • We're trying to find common ground 24 hours a day, seven days a week on, and we had a very specific conversation about are asking the potential to perhaps face that in is they could deliver.

  • We need them, though that's there's no question about it.

  • I sure do.

  • Like so many others, Governor, we thank you for joining us again this morning.

  • Thanks for having me.

  • Martha.

  • Hi, everyone.

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New Jersey's governor, Phil Murphy, joins me now.

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