Doctors say infection risk is low, and capacity is available to treat urgent non-COVID-19 cases
Reflecting the limited supply of tests, those who are deemed asymptomatic at the new testing centers will be turned away
More than 17% of positive cases stem from long-term care centers, prisons and state developmental centers
Medical professionals help families navigate end-of-life care for loved ones as the importance of documenting health care preferences in advance is underscored
Officials say results of pilot program to test all residents and staffers at 16 nursing homes and other residential centers in South Jersey have implications ...
While governor says he is leaning toward a statewide approach, it’s too soon to rule out a county or regional strategy, similar to what’s proposed ...
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 ...
Maintaining a robust EMS workforce has been among the greatest challenges; like other frontline medical professionals, some responders have contracted COVID-19
New Jersey’s foray into large-scale institutional testing could serve as a model for more widespread public testing
Some health care professionals have contacted Gov. Phil Murphy in hopes that legislation can be enacted to boost protections in the workplace