Additionally, the state reported 4,100 total new cases Nov. 27 and 19 newly confirmed deaths, bringing that total to 15,113.
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.”
State officials reported a six-month high of 3,877 of positive coronavirus tests Nov. 10.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced new restrictions on dining and youth sports in New Jersey
Rep. Josh Gottheimer recently shed light on federal COVID-19 relief investment that was clawed back for two Northwest counties in New Jersey’s 5th Congressional District.
New Jersey towns and counties can borrow money to cover unexpected costs from the coronavirus and to make up for revenue shortfalls under a bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law
Federal and state lawmakers highlighted International Overdose Awareness Day Aug. 31 by announcing funding and new programs to fight the opioid epidemic in New Jersey.
Concerns about the availability of COVID-19 testing supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) have spurred action from the Senate, while a fifth-district manufacturer creating a partnership with the federal government to prepare for the development of a vaccine.
While New Jersey’s COVID-19 curve has been flattening, North Jersey legislators are working to steer federal funding to help one of the hardest hit states in the country continue with recovery efforts.
State officials walked through the framework for the contact tracing program New Jersey’s Department of Health will be charged with implementing in the coming weeks
U.S. Congress members from North Jersey, lead by Rep. Josh Gottheimer, want to know why the Garden State was denied a request for additional medical personnel to help combat outbreaks in long-term care facilities.
In its continuing fight to secure safe personal protection equipment (PPE) for COVID-19 front-line workers, New Jersey now has access to the Battelle Critical Care Decontamination System for N95 respirators.
New Jersey hospitals will receive $1.7 billion from the federal government as part of The CARES Act. Additionally, the state will be part of a regional supply chain for personal protective equipment and medical supplies in an effort to save money and effectively distribute gear needed now.
New Jersey hospitals will receive $1.7 billion from the federal government as part of The CARES Act. The money being distributed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is directed to the 395 hospitals hardest hit nationally by COVID-19. Of those, 53 in New Jersey qualified, the second-largest amount of funding awarded only behind New York.