Guess who moves up the list to get Covid-19 vaccinations in New Jersey? Smokers. State officials announced Wednesday that about half of the residents of the state are now able to get an appointment for a vaccination, including those who choose to smoke because they are at “higher risk”. The state says there are two…
New Jersey reported nearly 7,000 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. This is the highest single day recording during the pandemic. There are 95 new confirmed deaths. No new restrictions were announced by the Governor Wednesday.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that Shawn Latur will be the new Acting Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Murphy announced that the current director, Colleen McCabe, will retire as of Friday.
Governor Phil Murphy announced Wednesday that the rules for vaccinations are changing. Murphy announced that starting tomorrow, anyone of the age of 65 is qualified to get vaccinated, along with anyone between the ages of 16 and 64 with specific medical conditions outlined by the Centers for Disease Control. Still unknown..how the vaccinations will be…
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New Jersey reported 108 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday. State officials say there are over 4,200 new cases of the virus in the daily report. Nearly 18,000 New Jerseyans have died as a result of the virus.
New Jersey is again reporting over 5,000 coronavirus cases over a 24 hour period. Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that there are 51 additional deaths from the virus. The rate of transmission is now at 1.09 percent which suggests no slowing in the pandemic.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is expected to deliver his State of the State address Tuesday afternoon. Murphy is expected to talk at length about the State’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and discuss some of the financial ramifications it is having on New Jersey’s future budgets.
The news regarding coronavirus in the State on Sunday was largely poor. New Jersey reported 5,032 new cases of the virus along with 32 new deaths. The rate of transmission is back on the way up at 1.08 percent. Over the past week, the state has averaged over 5,000 new cases per day.