Lawmakers plan votes Thursday on a bill to end most of Murphy’s executive orders related to COVID-19
Time now to think of ‘community,’ not total number of people vaccinated, experts say
Anxiety, stress, depression, substance use and more — is it time for New Jersey to renew its push for providers who can offer multiple services ...
Head of University Hospital, Newark tells US Senate committee how lack of equipment and drugs affected U.S. response to the coronavirus
Governor is hopeful the bill can pass by June
As CDC, states relax their regulations, Murphy says NJ will keep requiring masks indoors as state eases other restrictions this week
The latest guidance from the CDC gives state officials like Gov. Murphy the freedom to interpret and implement the regulations as desired
Rutgers University is reporting the first case of COVID-19 triggering a rare blood clot, and not a vaccine, in one man’s arm.
Students and faculty at the College of New Jersey are trying to change the narrative and get people more comfortable with getting vaccinated
Hug the family. Share a smile. Residents at facilities that bore the brunt of COVID-19 now allowed visits