Shorter sports seasons could be coming for high school sports schedules starting in the fall of 2022. The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association forwarded changes that would result in actual breaks between the fall, winter, and spring sports seasons. Under the proposal, all winter sports would end in February and all fall sports would…
New Jersey has reported 43 new deaths from coronavirus. State officials announced Wednesday that there are nearly 2,300 people hospitalized with the virus. The rate of transmission continues to be well below the level of one, which is good news for the state.
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that private businesses must pay for the cost of medical marijuana for an employee who is injured on the job. The Court ruled Tuesday in favor of a construction worker who was injured on the job back in 2001 and was advised by doctors to use marijuana for the…
New Jersey reported 3,466 coronavirus cases on Tuesday. State officials also confirm there were 49 additional deaths from the virus. Governor Phil Murphy still believes 70 percent of the state will be vaccinated by the end of June.
A 52 year old man from Edison received the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine a month ago; now, he’s hospitalized with the virus. NJ.com reports that the man received the shot on March 6th. He tested positive for the virus on April 1st, and remains hospitalized in critical condition.
There is some positive coronavirus news in New Jersey. State officials announced Monday that the rate of transmission has dropped to 0.94, which means the virus is no longer spreading. On Monday, the State reported 27 new deaths, and just over 2,000 new cases of the virus. Numbers in Cape May County have been trending…
About three out of every four seniors in New Jersey have been vaccinated against coronavirus. New figures released by the State today show strong numbers with coronavirus vaccines for the elderly. Currently, more than 2.1 million New Jerseyans are now fully vaccinated; more than half the State has received at least one shot.
Over 2.1 million New Jersey residents are now fully vaccinated from coronavirus. State officials announced over 2,800 new cases of the virus, and 14 new deaths on Sunday. New Jersey ranks sixth in the country in the percentage of residents who have received the vaccine.
Tolls have increased on bridges involved in the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. The bridges are largely in the northern part of the state including those at the Delaware Water Gap, and on Route 22 heading into the Lehigh Valley.
New Jersey now has over two million people fully vaccinated from coronavirus. Governor Murphy made the announcement on social media Friday afternoon, also saying that five million total vaccinations have been handed out. Today, Murphy gets vaccinated in Atlantic City.