But Gov. Phil Murphy continues his plea for residents to cooperate with contact tracers.
Gov. Phil Murphy had a strong message for New Jersey residents complaining about following the mask protocols in the state: “You know what’s more uncomfortable and annoying? When you die.”
The statement came at a press briefing Nov. 12 as the second wave of COVID-19 continues to force new restrictions Murphy characterized as “surgical” in the Garden State.
North-JerseyNews.com has endorsed Reps. Bill Pascrell, Donald Payne, Jr. and Albio Sires in their races to serve in the House of Representatives.
Gov. Phil Murphy provided a more detailed timeline of the events leading up to two staffers testing positive for COVID-19.
Two of Murphy’s top aides, Deputy Chief of Staff Mike Delamater and senior adviser Dan Bryan, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Gov. Phil Murphy will self-quarantine after being in contact with a member of his senior staff who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Murphy said he tested tested negative on Monday, but “will now, unfortunately, have to take myself off the field. “
The state has launched its health insurance marketplace, Get Covered New Jersey, despite questions if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will survive a Supreme Court challenge.
Gov. Phil Murphy has shaken up leadership at New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
Rep. Josh Gottheimer wants talks to resume in order to pass a COVID-19 stimulus bill.
Gov. Phil Murphy and GOP senate candidate Rik Mehta are trading barbs over protocols that are to be followed for attendees of President Donald Trump’s fundraiser in Bedminster Oct. 1.
New Jersey added five states in its weekly update to its travel advisory list as new infection cases were over 400 for the 11th time in the last 14 days and all 21 counties now have at least a 1,000 cases cumulatively.
In an attempt to fine tune their travel advisory, New Jersey will offer a phone app for travelers coming into the state.