Congressional leaders clinched a $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus deal.
As of Dec. 18, the cumulative number of coronavirus cases in New Jersey reached 423,226 with 3,975 total new cases and 44 new deaths, bringing the overall total to 18,124
A feared spike in coronavirus cases from Thanksgiving may be happening sooner than health officials anticipated as the state recorded 4,913 COVID-19 positive tests.
“The early news of the effectiveness of these vaccines means that there may be light at the end of the tunnel,” said New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli.
Gov. Phil Murphy and Sen. Cory Booker laid out the need for more coronavirus aid in New Jersey that is currently being held up in the U.S. Senate.
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.
County and towns in Rep. Josh Gottheimer’s 5th Congressional District have received a total of $3 billion in federal investment from the bipartisan CARES Act.
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 congressional incumbents were victorious in the state’s primary elections held July 7.
New Jersey Commissioner of Health Judith Persichilli recently clarified visitation rules for hospitals in the state in regards to the coronavirus.
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
With surgeries resuming May 26, the state’s Department of Health issued guidelines on the conditions for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers to begin resuming elective surgeries.
Sen. Bob Menendez’s bill providing hundreds of billions in new funding to local and state governments hit hard by the spread of COVID-19 was submitted to both legislative branches in Washington.
Residents of the Garden State continue to significantly support Gov. Phil Murphy COVID-19 actions but are concerned about local businesses, their own personal finances and the ability of hospitals to operate.