The New Jersey city of Hoboken, which sits across the river from New York City, is imposing a stringent measure to combat the coronavirus outbreak—an overnight curfew for all residents.The curfew is among the first and most far-reaching of such measures taken in the U.S. to limit the spread of the virus.It was announced on Saturday night by the city’s mayor, Ravi Bhalla, and came a day after a man became the first in Hoboken to test positive for COVID-19.NEW JERSEY TOWNS ANNOUNCE SERIES OF SWEEPING MEASURES AIMED AT CURBING CORONAVIRUS SPREAD Row of houses and sidewalk in the city of Hoboken, New Jersey. (iStock) Starting Monday night, residents will be under curfew from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. the next day.All Hoboken residents will be required to remain indoors during the curfew hours except for emergencies and required work, Bhalla said.At the same time, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Sunday morning that a statewide curfew was one of several options “under consideration,” though the situation was not there yet, WNBC-TV reported.Also in the New York City suburb of Teaneck, N.J., the mayor on Saturday asked all residents to self-quarantine after 18 residents tested positive for coronavirus.Residents in the township

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