New Jersey has reported 1,477 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday. Governor Murphy made the revelation during his daily briefing on new cases. Essex County reported 241 new cases of the virus, leading the state.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed a new executive order today that places certain requirements on workplaces due to the uptick in numbers of coronavirus. The requirements mandate that employers have some sort of health screening for employees before every shift, and employers are now mandated to provide masks to their workers.
New Jersey has added nearly 1,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday. State health officials say there are 14 additional deaths. New Jersey has added over 1,000 cases per day for nearly two weeks. Over 1,000 patients are hospitalized with Covid-19.
An oil tar ball issue that impacted some beaches in Delaware has now spread to Ocean City, Maryland. The United States Coast Guard reports that environmental officials in Maryland are now active in cleaning up the beaches there. Officials are unsure of how long it will take to completely clean up the beaches of the…
There are over 1,600 new cases of coronavirus cases in the state on Tuesday. State health officials report 14 new deaths as well. Governor Murphy calls the numbers “sobering”. He reminded people today that the pandemic still must be taken “seriously”.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy rolled out his plan to implement vaccines for coronavirus once they are available. Murphy announced Monday that the goal for the state is to get 70 percent of eligible adults vaccinated. However, he says the state will likely not hit that number unless federal financial assistance becomes available.
Over two and a half million people have already voted in New Jersey. Governor Murphy made the announcement during his Covid-19 update Monday. That number represents 64 percent of the entire vote total from the last presidential election in 2016.
New Jersey is reporting 1,223 new cases of coronavirus on Monday, along with seven new deaths. State officials say the rate of transmission jumped up considerably to 1.23 percent, which is the highest mark in weeks. There are nearly 1,000 Covid-19 patients in the hospital.
Newark is going to close all indoor dining starting at 8pm, beginning on Tuesday. The mayor of New Jersey’s largest city issued a press release today saying all non-essential businesses will close at that time for the time being. Newark has seen a large spike in coronavirus cases recently.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that he and his wife have both tested negative, again, for coroanvirus. Murphy says that out of an abundance of caution he will hold his daily Covid-19 briefing virtually, and not in person today.