A 92 year old man is the latest local fatality from coronavirus. County officials say there were 33 new positive cases reported on Wednesday. The County’s rate of transmission remains below one.
Utilities are prohibited from shutting off your service due to lack of payment courtesy of coronavirus. State officials announced Wednesday that the moratorium on utility shutoffs has now been extended through June 30th. If customers cannot pay their bills due to the virus, service cannot be shut off.
Indoor wedding reception attendance is now at 35 percent capacity, or 150 people, whichever number is less. Governor Murphy announced a slight relaxation in the regulations for indoor wedding receptions. Outdoor receptions are capped at 150 people.
Governor Phil Murphy confirmed that sleepaway camps are approved for the summer season. Murphy says he made the announcement today due to the advance planning that is needed for the camps to operate.
New Jersey reported slightly fewer than 3,000 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday. State officials say the total number of cases over the past year have exceeded 710,000. There are 1,921 patients hospitalized with Covid-19
Thursday marks the one year anniversary of the very first confirmed Covid-19 case in New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy marked the occasion during remarks made on Wednesday. Murphy said it was no surprise that the virus got into New Jersey due to prior cases reported in New York City. Murphy has held 170 press conferences…
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed an additional 48 lives in New Jersey over the past 24 hours. New figures released by the State show 2,820 new cases of the virus, and a slight increase in the rate of transmission. There has been a sharp decline in hospitalizations over the past two months.
New Jersey is again far below 3,000 new cases of coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced Monday that there are 2,668 new cases of the virus in the Garden State. There were 26 in hospital deaths.
In late March, a new class of New Jersey workers will be eligible to get coronavirus vaccines. Governor Murphy announced Monday afternoon that among the new classes of workers who can get vaccines include clergy, postal workers, food distribution workers, and elections personnel.
New Jersey has provided over 2 million coronavirus vaccines since the program started. State health officials say a million doses have been administered over the past 22 days. 70,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine are expected to arrive this week.