A feared spike in coronavirus cases from Thanksgiving in New Jersey may be happening sooner than state health officials anticipated.
A feared spike in coronavirus cases from Thanksgiving may be happening sooner than health officials anticipated as the state recorded 4,913 COVID-19 positive tests.
A Hopatcong woman was arrested at her home Nov. 25 on charges she sent money to a Syrian foreign terrorist organization.
New Jersey’s Department of Health provided guidelines to long-term care facilities on visitation policies for the holidays.
State officials reported a six-month high of 3,877 of positive coronavirus tests Nov. 10.
Two Democrats maintained their lead in the 25th Legislative District special election.
The update continues the state’s policy originally developed with New York, who recently altered theirs for a more active approach in an attempt to contain the spread of COVID-19.
State officials rolled out New Jersey’s COVID-19 vaccination plan when one becomes available.
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 signed an Executive Order allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports.
“When we get 1,301 cases in one day, we know that we are still in the fight,” added Gov. Phil Murphy.
New Jersey Department of Health released its guidance on how residents can celebrate Halloween this year.
The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden was not good.
New Jersey added five states to its COVID-19 travel advisory