New Jersey has vaccinated more people than the number of people who have actually contracted coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced Wednesday that over 642,000 people in the Garden State have received vaccines. Murphy is encouraged by news that more vaccines may be coming to New Jersey for distribution.
New Jersey reported 133 additional deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday. New figures show 4,117 additional cases of the virus reported. There are now over 602,000 cases of the virus since the pandemic began nearly a year ago.
New Jersey has vaccinated over 560,000 residents this winter. The vaccines have been distributed statewide at some super centers; in Cape May County, the Avalon Community Hall is being used for vaccines. Governor Murphy says the State intends to accelerate the vaccination program, but more doses are needed.
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A 20 year old woman lost her life during a motor vehicle accident on the Garden State Parkway Sunday night. State Police say Grace Conover’s vehicle veered off the Parkway, slid down an embankment, and struck some trees. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
New Jersey reported 4,613 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. The State also confirmed 17 new deaths. Hospitalizations for the virus have been trending down statewide.
New Jersey’s new telephone hotline to register for coronavirus vaccines goes hot on Monday. The number to call is 855-568-0545 and will allow residents to register for the vaccine. The hotline will be staffed for 12 hours daily, starting at 9:00am.
New Jersey is reporting 6,115 new cases of coroanvirus. State officials say there were also 63 new deaths from the virus reported over the past 24 hours. New Jersey has 18,813 confirmed deaths from the virus.
Rutgers University will welcome all students back to campus for the fall semester. NJ.com reports that the university has told students that shots are not mandatory, but they are safe and students should think about getting them to prevent Covid-19. Most of Rutgers’ classes are held virtually this year.
Orsted is putting up $15 million in funds for minority, and women-owned businesses in New Jersey. The offshore wind giant is intended to boost the trust to small businesses who need some extra cash. Orsted has been approved for a huge wind farm off the coast of Atlantic City.