Corky Siemaszko11h ago / 7:21 PM UTCThe governor of New Jersey said Wednesday they may need refrigerated trucks to store bodies after 91 people died in the last 24 hours from the coronavirus, the biggest one-day jump since the crisis began.“The fact that we’re having this conversation folks, this is real,” Gov. Phil Murphy said.As of Wednesday, the death toll in the Garden State was 355 with a total of 22,255 cases reported. Murphy said they were worried about running out of morgue space if this death toll continues to rise at this rate.FEMA announced on Tuesday is was sending refrigerated truck to neighboring New York State.Suzy Khimm and Laura Strickler11h ago / 7:19 PM UTCNursing homes overwhelmed by coronavirusNursing homes are struggling with a lack of personal protective equipment as they care for vulnerable residents.Chelsea Stahl / NBC News; AP; ReutersAt five nursing homes in the New York area run by ArchCare, staff are running out of protective gear, stretching single-use masks for days and wearing rain ponchos and beautician gowns. More than 200 of ArchCare’s 1,700 nursing home residents are infected with the coronavirus, and more than 20 have died, said  Scott LaRue, president and CEO of the company. At


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