State issues extensive safety guidelines for farmers who employ migrant workers that are only advisory, not mandatory
With thousands more seasonal workers due to arrive in South Jersey, farmers still await Department of Health safety guidelines
Immigrant advocacy group calls for fast action to ‘ensure that a massive testing program can be put into place quickly'
Thousands of migrant workers will soon arrive in the Garden State to pick fruits and vegetables during the COVID-19 pandemic. Can farm camps and packing ...
Many public health experts believe only way to prevent second surge is by tracing the contacts of those who test positive; New Jersey could need ...
Former NYC mayor will work with Johns Hopkins, make program available to New York state, New Jersey and Connecticut
But fentanyl, one of the drugs given to patients so they can withstand the pain of having a breathing tube inserted, is in short supply ...
Two nurses tell their stories as union rep says ‘conflicts between hospital administrators and medical staff’ are increasing
Active nurses, student nurses and retired nurses — including a state assemblywoman — are volunteering to go where needed, from critical care to pop-up hospitals
‘We need to take care of ourselves so that we can take care of the public,’ says senior police official in Newark