State officials recently warned that the increase of coronavirus variants in the Garden State is an issue they are monitoring.
New Jersey Republicans in the State Senate and Assembly will join together to hold an investigation into Gov. Phil Murphy’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The poll found Americans overwhelmingly support stimulus checks, extending unemployment benefits and state and local aid.
The bill is a $1.9 trillion emergency COVID-19 stimulus package with stipulations to increase financial aid to American families alongside states and local communities.
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.
Gov. Phil Murphy said the state’s priorities as laid out in the 2022 budget are to “build a New Jersey that emerges from the pandemic healthier and more resilient, both physically and economically.”
For Feb. 23, the state reported 2,516 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 104 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 772,267 and 22,978.
Reps. Tom Malinowski (NJ-7) and Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) are looking for guidance from the federal government to accelerate getting teachers back into the classroom
A Sussex County gym owner has been arrested for allegedly shoving and punching a police officer while participating in the attack on the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6.
Over the Jan. 23-24 weekend, the state reported 10,728 new COVID-19 cases and 80 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 662,808 and 20,951.
Gov. Phil Murphy said the COVID-19 vaccine supply issues are a result of failures by the federal government according to the two makers of the vaccine.
On Jan. 18, the state reported 3,511 new COVID-19 cases and 23 confirmed deaths, bringing those respective cumulative totals to 668,573 and 20,458.
President Donald Trump signed into law a major coronavirus stimulus package along with an annual spending bill, avoiding a government shutdown.
New Jersey lawmakers, while pleased with the $900 billion package, say more aid is needed.