For June 4, the state reported 304 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 12 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 1,017,337 and 26,265.
Gov. Phil Murphy expects students up to preteen ages can expect to wear masks when they go back to school this Fall.
Businesses would be able to keep up to $70,000 in taxable sales each month.
For May 11, the state reported 858 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 31 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 1,008,607 and 25,841.
State Sen. Kristin Corrado called on Gov. Phil Murphy to reopen government offices that service the public, including unemployment walk-in centers.
Gov. Phil Murphy will unveil “fairly significant news” on the next steps for the state’s gradual reopening.
New Jersey lawmakers and members of the law enforcement community offered their comments after the verdict convicting Derek Chauvin of murder.
State officials want New Jerseyans home for the holidays—and in as small of a group as possible due to increased cases of the coronavirus in the Garden State.
A day of protests over the death of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer were held across the nation, including New Jersey.
New Jersey schools will be allowed to hold in-person graduation ceremonies beginning July 6.
New Jersey’s unemployment claims passed 1 million May 7 as Gov. Phil Murphy expressed his support for Department of Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo. Additionally, the 120 National Guardsmen will be deployed to long-term care facilities throughout the state.
State officials said they are prepared for the surge in coronavirus cases that is beginning in the central part of New Jersey.
The bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus (PSC) is one of the first congressional groups in Washington to provide a comprehensive playbook to reopen America shutdown by the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy promised he will unveil “guidelines” and “principles” this week the state will use when it comes time to reopen.