On Jan. 16 and 17, the state reported 9,932 new COVID-19 cases and 122 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 627,112 and 20,439.
On Jan. 15, the state reported 5,490 new COVID-19 cases and 67 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 616,090 and 20,418.
On Jan. 13, the state reported 6,922 new COVID-19 cases and 95 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 602,629 and 20,167.
”I intend to see that those members of Congress who had groups coming through the Capitol that I saw on Jan. 5 for reconnaissance for the next day …are held accountable,” stated Sherrill.
The state is now making public on a daily basis the number of New Jerseyans who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Jan. 11, the state reported 5,042 new COVID-19 cases and 51 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 590,162 and 19,932.
Sen. Cory Booker and Rep. Donald Payne announced their support to remove President Donald Trump from the White House
On Jan. 7, the state reported 6,314 new COVID-19 cases and 123 confirmed deaths, bring those respective cumulative totals to 564,798 and 19,646.
State officials are investigating the caravan of President Donald Trump supporters that disrupted traffic on the Garden State Parkway.
Following protests across the country over excessive force by police, Sen. Cory Booker helped introduce a sweeping measure aimed at holding law enforcement accountable and building trust with the community.
With protests across the country marked by tension between police and demonstrators, New Jersey state officials say they are making progress on their efforts to
The House passed the Public Safety Officer Pandemic Response Act, which would make COVID-19 a presumed line-of-duty injury under the Public Safety Officer Benefit program.
Competing bills in the New Jersey’s Assembly and Senate would address concerns regarding essential workers diagnosed with COVID-19 by creating legal presumptions the disease was contracted on the job.
New Jersey hospitals will receive $1.7 billion from the federal government as part of The CARES Act. The money being distributed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is directed to the 395 hospitals hardest hit nationally by COVID-19. Of those, 53 in New Jersey qualified, the second-largest amount of funding awarded only behind New York.