For March 1, the state reported 2,668 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 21 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 792,496 and 23,273.
the COVID-19 vaccine from New Brunswick based Johnson & Johnson, the third vaccine approved to fight the coronavirus in the United States, shipped out Feb. 28.
Over the Feb. 27 and 28, the state reported 5,812 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 64 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 789,356 and 23,252.
Assemblyman Brian Bergen (R-25), who voted against the legislation, stated “It is a sad day for parents and police” as Democrats are sacrificing the safety of children under the guise of social justice.
On Feb. 5, the state reported 3,723 new COVID-19 cases and 93 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 713,324 and 21,886.
A bill would bolster government efficiency and reduce damaging economic regulations while a second to shut down do-nothing advisory groups.
Backers of the bill say the state’s largest health insurer will now have the ability to move forward with reforms that will help keep premiums down and compete in the rapidly-changing healthcare marketplace.
Gov. Phil Murphy delivered a virtual State of the State featuring a mix of administration accomplishments as he prepares to campaign for a second term.
The bill would update regulations to allow these businesses to utilize covered and uncovered patios and decks, yards, walkways, parking lots and public sidewalks for both food and alcohol consumption.
New Jersey has joined a U.S. Supreme Court battle that could determine whether remote workers who are no longer commuting into the office can have their income taxed by other states.
President Donald Trump pressured Georgia’s Republican secretary of state to “find” him enough votes to overturn the presidential election
Bills working their way through the State Senate would provide aid to families of police officers who helped with rescue efforts and raise the age limit of firefighters in New Jersey.
North Jersey officials, including local legislators, groups and unions, have come out in support of the bill they say is needed to keep businesses in New Jersey.
The Electoral College formally selected Joe Biden as the next President of the United States.