New Jersey has no plans at this time to adopt the mask recommendations published by the CDC on May 13.
For April 22, the state reported 2,895 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 31 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 990,580 and 25,301.
Jersey City reverses course and will begin in-school instruction April 29.
State officials sought to reassure New Jerseyans the pause in administering Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines should not dissuade residents from getting vaccinated
The GOP State Senator does not want to see a repeat of last year when schools cancelled their traditional graduation ceremonies at the outset of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy renewed his call for educators to work to return students to the classroom as quickly as possible.
Legislation to expand an existing “bridge year” program across the state was signed into law, giving graduating high school seniors from the classes of 2021 and 2022 the ability to defer graduation to participate in a bridge year immediately after their senior year.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed three executive orders, including the return of the flag to full staff in time for the July 4th holiday.
State officials gave an overview of what higher learning institutions will need to do to open this summer and fall in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
State officials walked through the framework for the contact tracing program New Jersey’s Department of Health will be charged with implementing in the coming weeks
Gov. Phil Murphy announced at his daily briefing on June 9 that he will sign an executive order rescinding his stay-at-home order in effect since March 21 due to the coronavirus. Additionally, the governor expanded the limits of indoor gathering while announcing a gradual increase of outdoor gathering through the beginning of July.
Gov. Phil Murphy said the arrangements for non-essential stores would follow those in use by essential retail since April 8.
Outdoor school graduations in New Jersey following social distancing rules necessitated by COVID-19 will be allowed starting July 6.
New Jersey loosened restrictions on the number of people allowed at outdoor gatherings and activities May 22.