New Jersey’s Department of Health provided guidelines to long-term care facilities on visitation policies for the holidays.
Gov. Phil Murphy called the new COVID-19 cases announced “devastating” as the state’s health commissioner expects the daily New Jersey count in the thousands to be the new norm for the foreseeable future.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced new restrictions on dining and youth sports in New Jersey
Despite both parties looking to wrest control of the U.S. Senate, the race in New Jersey is seen as clear sailing for Sen. Cory Booker.
State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli shared an overview of various treatments being used on patients with coronavirus, which, depending on the severity of their condition, range from steroids to convalescent plasma therapy.
Gov. Phil Murphy indicated the state is moving closer to having gyms open.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA) are warning consumers about false or misleading claims related to testing.
Convalescent plasma collection will begin at the American Red Cross blood center in Fairfield and University Hospital in Newark.
In its continuing fight to secure safe personal protection equipment (PPE) for COVID-19 front-line workers, New Jersey now has access to the Battelle Critical Care Decontamination System for N95 respirators.
Gov. Phil Murphy came out swinging again against Washington during the daily coronavirus briefing held April 23. The governor said U.S. Treasury guidance on how states can use funding from the CARES Act “renders much of this funding unusable.”
State officials say they are prepared for the surge in coronavirus cases that are beginning in the central part of New Jersey. There were nine hospitals in the state that hit “divert” status April 20 and for the first time since the pandemic started, North Jersey hospitals did not lead the state.
Gov. Phil Murphy reported a second straight day of “good early signs,” including the infection rate slowing down in the hardest hit county in New Jersey, while procuring new rapid testing machines for the state.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer and Bergen County Executive James Tedesco are self-quarantined as they await test results after interacting with Holy Name Medical Center CEO who
Two Republican lawmakers introduced legislation in the Assembly to help the economy during the coronavirus crisis. Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney issued a resolution urging the