Gov. Phil Murphy announced more surgical restrictions to sports, outdoor gathering and long-term care facilities.
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.
Gov. Phil Murphy said a statewide shutdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus is still “on the table” but believes it can be avoided.
Additionally, over 7,500 new infections and 37 new deaths were reported in New Jersey over the weekend.
A Hopatcong woman was arrested at her home Nov. 25 on charges she sent money to a Syrian foreign terrorist organization.
“This is a really, really big week. It’s almost an inflection point,” said Gov. Phil Murphy. “We’ve just got to find a way, folks, to both respect (the holidays) but do it responsibly.”
State officials expressed hope the coronavirus vaccines will arrive in New Jersey in the next month
“The early news of the effectiveness of these vaccines means that there may be light at the end of the tunnel,” said New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.
The General Services Administration, formally designated President-elect Joe Biden as the apparent winner of the Presidential election.
New Jersey’s Republican leadership called for a special legislative session that would be focused on protecting the state’s industries in the face of a second wave of COVID-19.
One in four Americans plans on having a virtual family dinner for Thanksgiving.
Former Gov. Chris Christie said the election was over and President Donald Trump lost to Joe Biden.
But Gov. Phil Murphy continues his plea for residents to cooperate with contact tracers.
A coalition of executives from some of New Jersey’s largest companies are moving ahead with an initiative to get the state back to work.