The executive order will require both private and public sector employers to follow health and safety protocols that will serve to protect their in-person workforces.
The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations passed over 1,000 for the first time since July in New Jersey.
As New Jersey continues its battle against the COVID-19 outbreak, state officials are urging cooperation with contact tracers. “The greatest impediment to contact tracing has been from people not answering the phone or refusing to assist our contact tracers,” said Gov. Phil Murphy.
Parents worried about sending their children back to school during the coronavirus pandemic will have the option to choose all-remote learning when schools reopen this fall.
North Jersey legislators on both sides of the aisle want to know how the state’s Department of Labor (DOL) plans to resolve outstanding claims.
Although New Jersey’s travel advisory had good intentions, without rapid testing, the policy is unworkable, according to Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney (R-40).
North Jersey legislators on both sides of the aisle want to know how the state’s Department of Labor plans to resolve outstanding claims and what can be done to improve the system.
The New Jersey Department of Health released a directive allowing visits by appointment for pediatric, developmentally disabled and intellectually disabled residents of long-term care facilities.
Youth summer camps and summer school are allowed to resume July 6.
With a special emphasis on younger residents, state officials drove home the message that protocols put in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus must be maintained even as New Jersey continues to reopen
It will be a happy Father’s Day for residents of nursing homes and their families as state officials announced visitations restricted due to the coronavirus pandemic can resume on June 21.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs released health and safety standards for when personal care services closed due to the coronavirus pandemic welcome back customers.
State officials offered a timeline for when organized sports shutdown by COVID-19 can resume in the state.
New Jersey Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli laid out the guidelines for public and private community pools.