New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is now mandating certain professions to have Covid-19 vaccines. Those who work in health care, prisons, and long term care are now mandated to get the vaccine. Recently the number of coronavirus cases have gone up in the Garden State, and Murphy says we can no longer make vaccines optional…
New Jersey reported only 883 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. There were five new confirmed deaths. In recent days, the number of new cases exceeded 1,000. There have been 5.3 million residents fully vaccinated against the virus.
New Jersey state court houses are finally opening to the public starting Monday. They have been shut down and going virtual through the pandemic for a year and a half. The state judiciary will continue to monitor guidelines provided by the CDC.
New Jersey again topped 1,000 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday. State health officials say nine new deaths were reported. The rate of transmission went down a little bit. Monmouth County continues to have the highest rates of the virus.
The first gubernatorial debate of the year is all set. Democrat Phil Murphy and Republican Jack Ciattarelli will square off on September 28th and will be aired on television stations in the Philadelphia and New York City markets. Both men are their parties’ candidates for the November gubernatorial election.
For the first time in 12 weeks, New Jersey has recorded over 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a 24 hour period. State officials say there are also three new deaths attributable to the virus. This is the first 1,000 case day since the second week of May.
A Wildwood High grad and Cape May County native is the newest commissioner on the Delaware River and Bay Authority. Heather Baldini was sworn in to her new role as a commissioner, and she will serve through 2025. Baldini was confirmed by the New Jersey Senate in late June for the position.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced on social media today that he strongly suggests that residents and visitors mask up indoors, “when prudent”. Murphy cites the latest recommendations from the CDC as the reason. Murphy says the state’s vaccination rates are very strong, and New Jersey “crushed the virus repeatedly like no other state in…
Don’t be surprised if students and teachers may be required to wear masks in September. The New Jersey Education Association announced this week that it supports a plan to have teachers and students masked up in September for back to school. The Association is the largest teachers’ union in the Garden State.
New Jersey’s coronavirus cases continue to increase. Wednesday’s report shows 854 new cases of the virus reported over the past 24 hours, with three new deaths. The rate of transmission had a slight uptick as well.