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New Jersey Coronavirus
Murphy leaves event after learning of possible COVID-19 exposure
Gov. Phil Murphy said he was getting a coronavirus test for the second time this week.
These are the biggest NJ retailers sunk by COVID closures in 2020
From the extinction of Lord & Taylor, to one surviving Sears store left in New Jersey, here's companies hit hardest by the pandemic.
Egg Harbor Twp NJMVC Office Closed Due to COVID-positive Employee
The State of New Jersey says the Motor Vehicle Commission office in Cardiff/Egg Harbor Township is closing due to an employee testing positive for COVID-19.
Pandemic law lets up to 3,000 NJ inmates out early in 2020
The legislation signed by Governor Murphy is the first of its kind in the nation, according to ACLU-NJ.
New bumps in the road as NJ considers more indoor dining
Gov. Murphy says the rising number of coronavirus cases in the Garden State is “sobering” and he’s concerned about sending mixed messages
Cases ticking up fast: NJ eyes a possible COVID-19 surge
The state Health Commissioner says supplies of PPE are “adequate” but her biggest concern is staffing if hospitalizations suddenly spike.
Report lays out 'devastating' COVID-19 racial disparities in NJ
Health disparities in the coronavirus pandemic spotlight long-standing inequities in the health care system of our state and nation, New Jersey Policy Perspective said in its new report.
As recycling declines in New Jersey, trash continues to pile up
Because of the pandemic, the Recycling Market Development Council, created last January, has never even met.
Want to visit a college in NJ? In-person options are scarce
A number of institutions in the state are currently offering virtual "visits" only.
MVC closes 6 locations after employees get coronavirus
the Motor Vehicle Commission closed its sixth location as a result of employees testing positive for the coronavirus.