In New Jersey, 4,400 units of blood went uncollected due to schools, offices, and other sites that typically host blood drives shutting down and the ...
The five big hospitals in Bergen County are holding daily teleconferences to share notes. They're also sharing supplies -- ventilators, protective gear and more.
New Jersey's hospitality industry could suffer long-term impacts from COVID-19 even after the pandemic ends, according to Dr. David Fiorenza, an assistant professor of economics ...
There are growing concerns about NJ health care system’s capacity to handle a flood of COVID-19 cases; officials race to expand bed numbers
Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.
Senior Correspondent Briana Vannozzi spoke to Rutgers Psychology Professor Andrew Abeyta for some tips on staying calm during the coronavirus outbreak.
The state will retrofit closed hospital wings and reopen one hospital that closed in 2017 to handle the expected surge of COVID-19 patients.
Businesses worry they may not survive indefinite shuttering. One daycare center owner worries how her hourly workers will get by.
Paterson community kitchen switches to takeout mode as coronavirus restrictions close indoor seating.
Restaurants across the state are shifting to delivery and curbside pickup to protect diners and workers and to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. Luis ...