Nearly 1.9 million people in New Jersey are now fully vaccinated from coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced Wednesday that the rate of transmission has dropped to 1.04, which is a positive sign. There are vaccine appointments available at the AtlantiCare site at the Atlantic City Convention Center, according to state officials.
Non partisan financial analysts for New Jersey say no, Governor Murphy did not have to borrow $4 billion to keep the state going during the pandemic last year. The Office of Legislative Services confirmed Tuesday that the borrowing was defensible at the time, but today, it is clear that was non essential borrowing. Governor Phil…
New Jersey reported an additional 53 deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday. There were 3,382 new cases of the virus reported. The state’s seven day average is up by about one third compared to one month ago.
The June primary elections are all set in the Garden State. In our 1st Legislative District, State Senator Michael Testa is running unopposed; his likely democratic challenger in November, Yolanda Garcia-Balicki, is also running unopposed. Republican Assemblymen Erik Simonsen and Antwan McClellan are running unopposed; their likely democratic opponents will be John Capizola Jr. and…
New Jersey officials believe the cases of coronavirus will continue to grow before they flatten out, possibly for good. State officials say New Jersey should see a peak in about two weeks. On Monday, fewer than 3,000 new cases of the virus were reported, along with 15 deaths.
Starting April 19th, everyone at least 16 years of age in New Jersey are eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine. Governor Murphy announced Monday that the more aggressive vaccination schedule has been moved up by a couple of weeks.
New Jersey reported over 3,200 new cases of coronavirus on Easter Sunday. There were 11 new confirmed deaths statewide. 1.7 million New Jersey residents are now fully vaccinated.
New Jersey reports over 4.4 million people have received vaccines. 1.6 million New Jerseyans are now fully vaccinated. 2.7 million have received first doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.
$25 million in financial relief is coming to very small businesses in New Jersey thanks to a new law signed Thursday by Governor Phil Murphy. The aid will be made available through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.
New Jersey has provided over 4.3 million vaccines to state residents. Governor Murphy announced Thursday that there were nearly 4,700 new cases of the virus in the Garden State over the past 24 hours. There were 30 new deaths reported.