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New Jersey Coronavirus
Two from Camden County Charged in $1.4M COVID Relief Fraud Scheme
Authorities say two people from Camden County have been charged for their roles in fraudulently obtaining federal loans totaling $1.4M that was intended to be used as COVID-19 relief.
Gov. Murphy Announces Changes to COVID Restrictions
As New Jersey's COVID-19 numbers continue to improve, Gov. Murphy has announced changes to some of the limitations that have been imposed due to the virus.
Gov. Murphy making ‘major announcement’ on NJ reopening
There's been mounting pressure for the state to rollback more, if not all, restrictions on businesses as COVID metrics continue to improve.
NJ colleges welcoming COVID-impacted Class of 2020 for in-person graduation
More than 700 of TCNJ's 2020 graduates are set to take that walk across stage at the school's Lions Stadium.
Egg Harbor City to Plant Special Tree in Memory of Residents Who Died From COVID-19
This Arbor Day, Egg Harbor City will plant a special tree to memorialize residents who lost their lives to COVID-19.
NJ doing better than Murphy’s best-case scenario for summer
Coronavirus metrics are better than the “best case scenario” model predicted but the governor won’t expand capacity limits or offer any graduation guidance yet.
Murphy not sure when he’ll give up his emergency powers
Gov. Murphy says it’s needed for many things including the vaccination rollout. A growing number of lawmakers don't see it that way.
Vaccinate a child? The new battle among divorced parents
Divorced parents are being advised to discuss vaccinating their children against COVID-19 with each other and with a pediatrician before heading to court.
AC Megasite Gets Special Approval to Vaccinate All Immediately
The Atlantic County COVID-19 Vaccination Megasite has been given special approval to vaccinate everyone 16 and older effectively immediately.
If you’re fully vaccinated, why do you still have to be so careful?
New Jersey officials say caution is still needed in public because many questions about COVID-19 remain unanswered and people are still dying and getting sick.