Over the Feb. 27 and 28, the state reported 5,812 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 64 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 789,356 and 23,252.
A new poll shows while public opinion of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine is approving, New Jersey is receiving significantly falling marks for its vaccination plan
Members of both the Assembly and State Senate decried the $44.83 billion spending proposal by the governor as not addressing issues that affect the quality of life of everyday New Jerseyans.
Gov. Phil Murphy said the state’s priorities as laid out in the 2022 budget are to “build a New Jersey that emerges from the pandemic healthier and more resilient, both physically and economically.”
Murphy said the state’s priorities as laid out in the budget are to “build a New Jersey that emerges from the pandemic healthier and more resilient, both physically and economically. A stronger and fairer New Jersey not just for today, but for the generations to come.”
For the weekend of Feb. 20 and 21, the state reported 4,485 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 76 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 766,405 and 22,858.
The Alyssa’s Legacy in School Safety Alert (ALYSSA) Act would required silent panic alarms in all schools.
The chairs of the independent 9/11 commission want a similar blue-ribbon panel to investigate the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
President Joe Biden said the U.S. has struck deals to purchase 200 million more COVID-19 vaccine doses, from Pfizer and Moderna.
Over the weekend, the state reported 7,654 new COVID-19 cases and 93 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 722,167 and 21,989.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the capacity limit would be increased to various indoor gatherings—including dining—in New Jersey effective Feb. 5.
The legislation would expand a current program across the state and establish health emergencies protocols going forward.
New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson findings for its COVID-19 vaccine trial released Jan. 29 showed effectiveness believed high enough to warrant approval.
Two of New Jersey’s six coronavirus vaccine mega-sites had to close for at least a day because of the lack of available doses.