Coronavirus: In NJ's Worst Hot Zones, Volunteer EMTs Face Long Days, Viral Dangers And Constant Tragedy Without A Dime Of PayTeaneck is one of the hardest-hit outbreak areas in New Jersey, where many EMTs have moved away from their own families to protect them.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Tops 51,000 COVID-19 Cases, 1,700 DeathsGov. Phil Murphy also said there have been 198 new deaths linked to COVID-19 illness, bringing the toll up to 1,700 people.
Coronavirus Update: Murphy Says 'We're Not On Any Plateau' As Deaths Pass 1,500New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday the total had climbed to 1,504, up 275 from the day before.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Parking App Boxcar Transforms Into Grocery Delivery AppA New Jersey man has transformed his app for parking spots into an app for residents in Madison to purchase groceries and pick them up without leaving their cars.
Coronavirus Update: Bergen County Teachers Band Together Making 3D Printed Face Shields For Health Care WorkersThey have 35 printers set up in six locations, and in just a week made and delivered more than 600 masks.
Coronavirus Update: Paterson Mayor Andre Sayegh Tests PositiveThe mayor said he will self-quarantine at home while continuing to direct the city’s response.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Gov. Murphy Orders Schools Closed 'Indefinitely,' Parks Closed On Day Of Highest-Ever COVID-19 Death CountNew Jersey saw 232 deaths reported in the past 24 hours, the Garden State's highest single-day number up to its current coronavirus-related toll of 1,232 dead.
Coronavirus Update: Passaic Police Surprise Medical Workers With Flowers, Signs Of SupportThe Passaic Police Department called its mission "Operation Spread Some Love."
Coronavirus: CBS2's Kristine Johnson, Donors Pay Thanks To Valley Hospital's WorkersCBS2's Kristine Johnson has several personal connections to Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, N.J., and she's putting a spotlight on several donors helping support the medical staff risking their own lives in the fight against COVID-19 coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Army Ranger Inspires Community To Hang Blue Ribbons For Health Care WorkersMany have asked what can they to do show frontline workers a tremendous debt of gratitude. In Bergen County, the answer may be as easy as tying a blue ribbon around an old oak tree, or any tree for that matter.
Coronavirus: Hackensack Meridian Looking For Recovered COVID-19 Survivors To Further Treatments For OthersDoctors say patients who recover have high levels of immunity and their blood contains needed antibodies.