But models also suggest no quick end to daily diagnosis of new cases. Governor cautions that state is ‘not even close to the end zone’
Decisions in NJ’s battle against pandemic, Gov. Phil Murphy writes, are based on data that allows measurement of ‘when, and where, our efforts are working’
NJ officials ‘monitoring closely’ as hundreds of centers reopen to care for children of essential workers only; one operator is ready ‘but a little nervous’
But only the state, rather than cities or counties in New Jersey, will be eligible because of the emergency measure’s population criteria
Some residents of prisons and halfway houses have alleged they have been put at risk; temporary release of certain nonviolent prisoners is about to begin
North Jersey hospitals brace for a predicted surge in COVID-19 patients this weekend. They'll see an extra 900 ICU patients, according to one model. We explore their biggest concerns in Essex, Bergen ...
As most retail stores across the state were forced to shut down amid the outbreak, workers in warehouses were asked to stay on the job. In some cases they’re helping to ship critical supplies for ...
Underlying conditions and lack of access to preventive care are cited as some of the reasons.
One manufacturer in Newark was able to pivot almost instantly to making masks and other PPE using materials already on hand.
New research from Rutgers-Camden appears to show social distancing measures are slowly chipping away at the surge. Researchers are focusing on the death toll and what it can tell us about the spread ...