It is time for Phil Murphy to follow the leadership of Biden in ordering universal masking in the Garden State.
New Jersey schools will have the option of staying closed and teaching virtually if they meet a list of conditions to begin the school year.
Gov. Phil Murphy said schools districts that cannot meet all health and safety standards as a result of the coronavirus will be allowed their school year with all-remote learning.
Joe Biden has selected Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate for the 2020 election.
As key health data continues to decline in New Jersey, incidents around the state show the uses of masks are still not where they should be, according to Gov. Phil Murphy.
As New Jersey continues its battle against the COVID-19 outbreak, state officials are urging cooperation with contact tracers. “The greatest impediment to contact tracing has been from people not answering the phone or refusing to assist our contact tracers,” said Gov. Phil Murphy.
It is time for Gov. Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Department of Health to mandate the wearing of a mask at all times in all situations.
Students returning to school this fall in New Jersey will be required to wear face masks “at all times” while indoors or on school buses, according to the state Department of Education.
Murphy detailed that if key predictive health metrics continued to rise at the rate over the first weekend in August as they did in the last week of July, stricter restrictions would be put back in place.
A Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) poll found New Jersey residents will await until a vaccine or treatment is widely available before returning to the way they lived their lives before the coronavirus pandemic.
With an uptick resulting in 2,000 new coronavirus cases in New Jersey in the last four day, Gov. Phil Murphy sounded the alarm the progress residents have made in fighting COVID-19 could be undone quickly.
Gov. Phil Murphy reiterated that in-school instruction is still the main objective for New Jersey officials.
Parents worried about sending their children back to school during the coronavirus pandemic will have the option to choose all-remote learning when schools reopen this fall.
North Jersey legislators on both sides of the aisle want to know how the state’s Department of Labor plans to resolve outstanding claims and what can be done to improve the system.