We're keeping you up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the Coronavirus pandemic as it pertains to New Jersey.
Gov. Murphy to Drop Many COVID Restrictions May 19th, Some Sooner
426 days after the lockdown was put in place, Gov. Murphy will be lifting most COVID-related restrictions on Wednesday, May 19th, and some before that.
Three Wildwood Bars Have Liquor Licenses Suspended for the Summer Over COVID Violations
Three popular bars in Wildwood, all with the same owner, will be dry this summer following a settlement with the State of New Jersey for repeated violations of Gov. Murphy's executive orders over COVID-19.
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.
NJ shoppers eager to return to stores post-COVID: Verizon survey
People seem to really want to support their local, small businesses that may not have much of an online presence, and have person-to-person experiences again, at long last.
South Jersey High School Bans Dancing at Prom Due to COVID
High schools everywhere are looking for some semblance of normalcy for proms and graduation ceremonies.
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.
Could We See COVID-19 Testing Centers on Jersey Boardwalks?
The boardwalk could have a different look this summer if one New Jersey assemblyman gets his wishes.
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.
Gov. Murphy slams ‘conspiracy theory’ of COVID case load changes
"Find another state that's more transparent" the governor challenged, when asked about discrepancies in new test results reported online.
More young and middle-age NJ residents are getting hospitalized with COVID
Contagious variants coupled with less cautious behaviors are believed to be driving the trend.