State officials recently announced the launch of a community-based vaccination partnerships to provide equitable access to the COVID-19 vaccine.
As of Dec. 30, a total of 4,664 new COVID-19 cases and 99 newly confirmed deaths deaths were announced.
President Donald Trump signed into law a major coronavirus stimulus package along with an annual spending bill, avoiding a government shutdown.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced more surgical restrictions to sports, outdoor gathering and long-term care facilities in an attempt to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Additionally, the state reported 4,100 total new cases Nov. 27 and 19 newly confirmed deaths, bringing that total to 15,113.
A Hopatcong woman was arrested at her home Nov. 25 on charges she sent money to a Syrian foreign terrorist organization.
Coming off a recent White House coronavirus meeting, Gov. Phil Murphy believes the exclusion of President-elect Joe Biden’s team must come to an end.
Two of Murphy’s top aides, Deputy Chief of Staff Mike Delamater and senior adviser Dan Bryan, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Gov. Phil Murphy will self-quarantine after being in contact with a member of his senior staff who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Rep. Sherrill is self-quarantining following a positive COVID-19 test from the family’s child care provider.
New Jersey will receive nearly 2.6 million COVID-19 rapid tests officials say will “significantly” scale up New Jersey’s testing capabilities.
The bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus is offering a plan to help break the gridlock on the latest COVID-19 relief package and encourage negotiators to get back to the table.
New Jersey state officials reluctantly submitted an application to the FEMA for Lost Wages Supplemental Assistance program.
New Jersey will distribute $37 million in federal money to 12 counties, including Morris, Sussex and Warren, initial ineligible for CARES Act money to combat the coronavirus.