With New Jersey’s estimated revenue loss in excess of $10 billion due to the COVID-19 shutdown, Gov. Phil Murphy is once again urging residents to complete their 2020 Census forms.
On the day total COVID-19 deaths in the state passed 10,000, hospitals were told they will be able to begin returning to normal operations after Memorial Day.
“So far so good” were the early reports Gov. Phil Murphy received on the first day parks and golf courses reopened May 2.
Gov. Phil Murphy continued to press for residents to keep with the short term inconveniences for a return offering a new normalcy that lasts longer.
Gov. Phil Murphy admonished Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) for floating the idea states would be better off going into bankruptcy as a result of a financial crisis caused 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.
New Jersey will be part of a seven state regional approach when it comes time to ease restrictions to restart the economy
New Jersey will be part of a seven state regional approach when it comes time to ease restrictions to restart the economy without causing the coronavirus pandemic to escalate again.
Gov. Phil Murphy provided more statistical evidence social distancing is working in slowing the coronavirus from spreading even as health official predicted the peak of hospitalizations is only days away.
Gov. Phil Murphy has given municipalities and counties the authority to impose restrictions on short-term rentals in response to COVID-19. “We have heard too many
The first field hospital to free up hospitals to deal with COVID-19 patients will be open starting April 6. The 250-bed hospital at the Meadowlands
Schools in New Jersey will be closed until at least the middle of April as the daily number of new cases reached almost 2,500 in