The State of New Jersey has extended the fiscal year until September 15th. Action taken by legislators on Monday is expected to be quickly signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy. This will also push the tax filing deadline to July 15th, courtesy of coronavirus.
A marina building toppled in Somers Point, the boardwalk ripped to shreds in Wildwood, roofs on businesses in Cape May peeled by high winds, and utility poles knocked down like toothpicks. That’s the aftermath of a storm system that crushed the southern shore region late Monday morning with wind gusts over 80mph. Atlantic City Electric…
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed a new executive order that prohibits any shut offs of internet or telephone due to a lack of payment. Murphy says our state needs to remain connected with the latest information and any disconnects may only occur 30 days after the pandemic has ended in New Jersey.
New Jersey is joining four other states for a stepped-in approach to the recovery after the coronavirus pandemic. Governor Phil Murphy announced that New Jersey will participate in the group, which gets to work immediately even though the Garden State has not yet reached the apex of the pandemic. Health care and economic interests will…
2,443 people have died from coronavirus in the State of New Jersey. New figures were released in advance of Governor Phil Murphy’s daily press briefing. The total number of people in the Garden State who have come down with Covid-19 now totals 64,584. Cape May County’s count is now up to 164 cases.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is expected to update the Covid-19 situation in the Garden State later today. Murphy is expected to speak at 3:00pm and provide updated numbers for the state. He may also address the situation involving public schools at some point this week too.
If you want to ride a New Jersey Transit bus or train, bring a face covering. Governor Phil Murphy signed another executive order over the weekend that require face coverings for passengers on state transportation. And the number of riders on each will be knocked down by 50 percent.
2,350 people have succumbed to coronavirus in New Jersey so far. New figures were released on Sunday that show a steep climb in the death toll. There were nearly 4,000 new cases reported which brings the total caseload in the Garden State to 61,850. There are over 7,600 people still hospitalized with Covid-19.
Starting Monday night, anyone who walks in to a restaurant to get a take out food order must wear a face covering. Governor Phil Murphy signed a new executive order Saturday that puts this regulation in effect Monday at 8:00pm. All restaurants will have to provide gloves and face coverings for their employees.
New Jersey now reports 2,183 deaths from coronavirus. Governor Phil Murphy delivered the updated numbers on Saturday afternoon. Murphy says there are now 58,151 new cases of the virus in New Jersey, an increase of nearly 3,600 in one days.