Reforms and widely available shots have cut death rate more than 95%, but systemic problems still to be solved
It will be one year tomorrow since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in New Jersey. Follow this timeline to track the disease’s impact ...
NJ officials, who once feared vaccine hesitancy, nowhere near meeting demand for COVID-19 immunization
Patchwork registration and sign-up systems, already inadequate, must deal with tens of thousands of newly eligible residents
In interview, Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli talks long-term care issues, vaccination program and what lies ahead
While long-term care facilities have now become required to report daily test results, cases and deaths to the state, New Jersey’s 74 hospitals are not ...
Governor's financial priorities in his reelection year — school aid, pension payments, tax relief and health benefits
Gov. Phil Murphy expected to announce money to address maternal mortality, racial disparity in health care
The schedule appears different for governor and health commissioner, though they are at one on overall plan
Primary-care physicians have unparalleled access to older patients with chronic conditions and communities of color. What they don’t have is a supply of COVID-19 vaccines
The virus can damage the brain, heart, and lungs, which increases the risk of long-term health problems.
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