The full New Jersey assembly passed a bill designed to assess and approve personal protective equipment (PPE) and bolster two stockpiles of the life-saving medical equipment.
Sen. Cory Booker closed his remarks during the nomination hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S Supreme Court by declaring he will not vote for the nominee.
The measure would help to strengthen the state’s stockpiles, which faced severe shortages of masks, gloves, gowns, and other personal protective equipment at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
With a special emphasis on younger residents, state officials drove home the message that protocols put in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus must be maintained even as New Jersey continues to reopen
With a special emphasis on younger residents, state officials drove home the message that protocols put in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus must be maintained even as New Jersey continues to reopen.
New Jersey Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli laid out the guidelines for public and private community pools.
Gov. Phil Murphy said the arrangements for non-essential stores would follow those in use by essential retail since April 8.
With outdoor dining rules established, state officials expanded on how non-essential retail shops will be able to operate.
New Jersey’s Department of Health released the rules for outdoor dining in the state starting June 15 as well as the state’s Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control will issue a special permit to allow liquor license-holders to expand their premises for service.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced the state’s Attorney General will investigate the coronavirus outbreak at the Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation Center facility.
Gov. Phil Murphy has ‘nightmares’ the progress the state and its residents have made in fighting the coronavirus could easily go backwards as “one misstep and we are back to the worst case scenario.” The governor further stated the “new normal probably won’t look like the old normal” as New Jersey will not be able to just turn the clock back to three months ago and resume their usual daily routines.
Gov. Phil Murphy is requiring all store employees and shoppers to wear face masks or coverings while limiting customers in stores to a max of
The state is increasing the requirements of social distancing at retail locations. In an executive order, Gov. Phil Murphy is requiring all store employees and
New Jersey’s latest COVID-19 test results increased the state’s total by nearly a 1,000, reported Gov. Phil Murphy. “There’s clearly community spread going on,” Murphy