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.
One fifth of the state has been fully vaccinated against coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced 44 new deaths and over 4,500 new cases on Wednesday. The recent surge in the virus may not peak until sometime in May. Hospitalizations are up by nearly 30 percent over the past few weeks.
New Jersey reported 61 new deaths from coronavirus Tuesday. There were over 4,300 new cases of the virus statewide. State officials say one out of every five residents is fully vaccinated.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will sign a new bill into law that will permit early, in person voting. The bill will allow people to cast their votes at certain polling locations early, if they choose to do so. For the general election, voting can take place ten days before the actual election day.
New Jersey is reporting 3,174 new cases of coroanvirus on Monday. 16 new deaths have been reported by the State. The rate of transmission has inches up to 1.10.
Outdoor gathering limits are going up in New Jersey. Governor Murphy announced Monday that as of Friday, the limit will increase to 200 people. Indoor gathering limits will still be capped at 25. Capacity for indoor seating at large venues will go up slightly to 20 percent.