New Jersey State Police are providing support to law enforcement in Washington, DC. Governor Murphy deployed the troops on Wednesday at the request of officials in the nation’s capital. Murphy will also send National Guard troops, if necessary.
New Jersey can confirm another 104 deaths from coroanvirus. The statistics were released during a briefing held Wednesday afternoon. There are over 3,700 people hospitalized with the virus. Over 137,000 people have received vaccinations.
New Jersey is just shy of 500,000 total pcr coronavirus tests. Governor Phil Murphy made the announcement on social media today. There are 138 new deaths from the virus to report, along with 5,400 positive tests that came in over the past 24 hours.
Monday was back to school day for children throughout the Garden State as holiday break came to an end. State officials say only 77 school districts in the entire state have ditched remote learning for in-classroom instruction. 339 school districts remain on all-remote learning.
New Jersey has reported 38 new deaths from coronavirus. State health officials announced today that there have been over 17,000 confirmed deaths from the virus. Over 2,200 new cases were reported in the past 24 hours.
There is good news to report on the coronavirus front in New Jersey. The rate of transmission has dropped to just .92 percent, the lowest it has been since late summer. Keeping the number below one person is very helpful for slowing, and stopping, the spread of the virus. On Sunday, state officials confirmed over…
New Jersey reported 119 new deaths from coronavirus on Saturday. State officials reported over 5,500 new cases of the virus. Hospitalizations and the rate of transmission dropped again. Governor Murphy is asking residents to “stay vigilant”.
New Jersey reported 5,107 new cases of coronavirus on the final day of 2020. There were 90 new deaths reported by health officials. The number of deaths during the pandemic has now exceeded 17,000 statewide.
New Jersey’s minimum wage will increase by one dollar per hour starting Friday. Governor Murphy announced on social media Thursday that the wage will go up to $12 an hour starting on New Year’s Day. Murphy wants the wage to be $15 an hour within four years.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy made it official Wednesday, declaring indoor sports in state are back on, effective this Saturday. Murphy says there will be a variety of safety protocols in place. He also stated the ban on interstate sports will continue.