“We have a pandemic again among unvaccinated residents, not among the vaccinated,” stated Murphy
State legislators have introduced several pieces of legislation designed to encourage the use of electric vehicles in the last month.
The House’s Problem Solvers Caucus pushed forward with their $1.249 trillion infrastructure framework.
For June 2, the state reported 237 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 20 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 1,016,763 and 26,247.
Indoor mask and social distancing requirements in most circumstances are lifted today.
For May 27, the state reported 340 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 14 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 1,015,368 and 26,173.
The public’s view of the quality of life in the Garden State has settled back to normal as the state’s adults get vaccinated.
New Jersey is taking what Gov. Phil Murphy described as some of its biggest steps to relax restrictions starting May 19 when most indoor and outdoor capacity limits are lifted.
State officials are considering taking more aggressive steps to increase the rate of long-term care facilities staffers receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in New Jersey.
New Jersey officials announced it will eliminate many of their biggest coronavirus restrictions by May 19
“We cannot wait any longer to end this national nightmare. There are…steps we can take that will save lives,” said Sen. Cory Booker.
New Jersey lawmakers and members of the law enforcement community offered their comments after the verdict convicting Derek Chauvin of murder.
For March 29, the state reported 3,174 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 16 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 900,273 and 24,404.
The second of two big expansions this month of COVID-19 vaccine eligibility in New Jersey begins.