If you need a vaccine, you no longer need an appointment. State officials announced Monday that all of the mega vaccination centers in New Jersey, including the one in Atlantic City, are not requiring appointments to get vaccinated. Governor Murphy announced Monday that the state will be making aggressive efforts to get even more people…
Unlimited indoor dining in New Jersey is a go as of May 19th. Governor Murphy announced Monday afternoon that restaurants can be at full capacity as long as necessary social distancing is followed. The general indoor gathering capacity is now changing from 25 to 50.
Starting Friday, you can sit at a bar in New Jersey. State officials announced that buffets can operate, and people can sit at a bar. However, if you sit at a bar, social distancing must be followed, or the bars need to have dividers between patrons.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy promises a major announcement regarding coronavirus restrictions on Monday. The State reported just over 1,000 new cases of the virus on Sunday, along with 19 new deaths. The rate of transmission of the virus has been greatly slowed, meaning Murphy now has the statistics he needs to open things up.
Over three million New Jersey residents are now fully vaccinated against coronavirus. Governor Phil Murphy made the announcement on Friday, the same day when fewer than 2,000 new cases of the virus were reported in New Jersey. Murphy says he will make a major announcement Monday regarding a further reopening of the State.
The curve is getting crushed in New Jersey. State officials announced that the rate of transmission for coroanvirus is at 0.8, which is a clear sign the spread of the virus is slowing considerably. Just over 2,000 new cases were reported on Thursday. Nearly half of all the adults in the State are now fully…
The number of hospitalizations from Covid-19 in New Jersey has dropped to its lowest level this year. State officials announced Wednesday that 1,768 people are hospitalized with the virus in the Garden State. The rate of transmission for the virus continues to drop.
Soon, New Jersey will surpass three million residents who are completely vaccinated from coronavirus. State officials announced Wednesday that 2.9 million people are now fully vaccinated in the Garden State. Vaccination clinics continue locally in Avalon, run by the County, and in Atlantic City, run by AtlantiCare. 83 percent of state residents over the age…
New Jersey is keeping all 12 of its congressional seats. The latest United States Census puts the population of the Garden State at 9.2 million people, good enough for New Jersey to retain its seats. New Jersey’s population grew by six percent over the past ten years.
Carnivals and fairs are able to operate at 50 percent capacity as of May 10th. Governor Murphy says this adjustment will bring these attractions into equal standing with other amusement-oriented businesses. Outdoor gatherings are also going up at major sports venues.