Posts by: Briana Vannozzi
Patrick Murray spoke about the public's opinion of how leaders are handling the coronavirus pandemic.
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill talks with Briana Vannozzi about her husband testing positive for the coronavirus, preparation efforts with NJ hospitals, and what she's doing to get more PPE for ...
Pam Tavarone, a veteran ICU nurse at St. Mary’s General Hospital in Passaic, tells her story of getting tested for COVID-19 and what it's like working on the front lines.
Cyberthreats are on the rise as hackers try to take advantage of the panic caused by the outbreak by stealing data, black mailing individuals for money, and putting the security of vital systems at ...
As the coronavirus continues spreading, scientists and historians are looking at the similarities between the current coronavirus and the flu of 1918 to find any clues that could help stop the spread.
A lot has changed since the coronavirus initially began to spread. Most notably, what the medical community has been able to learn about this new, potentially deadly, virus.
Dr. Martin Blaser, professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Rutgers University, answers some common coronavirus questions.
With a possible vaccine still a year to 18 months away, at least two drugs are grabbing headlines as a means to treat the coronavirus: chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine.
Senior Correspondent Briana Vannozzi spoke to Rutgers Psychology Professor Andrew Abeyta for some tips on staying calm during the coronavirus outbreak.
Sen. Cory Booker is among a growing group of Democrats who want to send U.S. families cash to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.
Although kids seem to be more resistant to the novel coronavirus, health experts say shutdowns can be an effective means for containing the spread.
The coronavirus has given the chronically overcrowded, underfunded NJ Transit something else to worry about.
Senior Correspondent Briana Vannozzi previews the agenda for Wednesday night's NJ Transit board meeting.
Meeting in Newark on the campus of NJIT, the Budget and Appropriations Committee of the upper house held the first in a series of budget hearings.
There's a deal to radically overhaul and save a billion dollars in the cost of public workers' health insurance, and it was cut by an unlikely team of rivals.