Murphy said he tested tested negative on Monday, but “will now, unfortunately, have to take myself off the field. “
Despite questions if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will survive a Supreme Court challenge, the state has launched its health insurance marketplace, Get Covered New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy called the daily infection numbers over 1,000 for the third straight day “sobering” and may be playing a role in delaying an increase in indoor dining.
Test results announced on Oct. 17 and 18 by state officials reported 2,240 new cases total—958 on Saturday and 1,282 on Sunday.
In the aftermath of nearly 150 deaths due to the coronavirus at veteran homes, Gov. Phil Murphy has shaken up leadership at New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
State officials want New Jerseyans home for the holidays—and in as small of a group as possible.
Reps. Bill Pascrell and Mikie Sherrill will submit legislation protecting residents in nursing homes that have been disaaprotianely affected by COVID-19.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed an Executive Order allowing the resumption of contact practices and competitions in indoor settings for organized sports defined as “medium risk” and “high risk” by the New Jersey Department of Health
The measure would help to strengthen the state’s stockpiles, which faced severe shortages of masks, gloves, gowns, and other personal protective equipment at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is leading a bipartisan Congressional group seeking to provide the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Department of the Treasury with additional support to combat COVID-19-related loan fraud.
“When we get 1,301 cases in one day, we know that we are still in the fight,” added Gov. Phil Murphy.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is urging leaders on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue to get back to the bargaining table in order to pass a COVID-19 stimulus bill.
The New Jersey Department of Health is offering guidance on how to trick or treat this year, including the handing out of candy and going to traditional activities such as hayrides and haunted houses.
Gov. Phil Murphy said President Donald Trump’s decision to attend a fundraiser in New Jersey showed “a lack of leadership and not for the first time” in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.