Health Officials, Local Leaders Urge Caution As Tri-State Area Residents Plan Labor Day Weekend GatheringsDe Blasio also urged residents to avoid traveling, especially to states with high infection rates.
New Jersey Restaurants To Reopen For Indoor Dining, Movie Theaters Allowed To Reopen With Limited Capacity Friday, Gov. Murphy SaysRestaurants must operate at 25 percent capacity with social distancing between tables. Staff must wear masks.
Gov. Murphy Announces COVID Child Care Assistance Program For Working ParentsWorking parents have been scrambling to find child care for their kids this fall and figure out how to pay for it.
New Jersey Woman Calls For Private Long-Term Care Facilities To Be Investigated Over COVID-19 Deaths In Addition To Public Nursing HomesShe says her mom was living at a private long-term care facility that she believes was taking in COVID-19 patients from St. Barnabas Hospital.
Road To Reopening: Gov. Murphy Gives Gyms Green Light To Reopen Sept. 1Speaking at a news conference on Wednesday, the governor went into detail about what life will be like in gyms going forward in the age of COVID-19.
DOJ Requests Data From New York, New Jersey About COVID-19 Orders That May Have Resulted In Nursing Home DeathsThe DOJ says the information will help determine whether it will launch investigations under the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act.
New Jersey Applying To Get Extra Federal Assistance Available For Residents On UnemploymentGov. Phil Murphy says the federal government needs to provide more.
New Jersey Gov. Murphy Unveils Budget Proposal Calling For $1 Billion In Coronavirus Spending CutsMurphy said the state is facing a $5.7 billion shortfall and compared the current economic disaster to the Civil War and the Great Depression.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Proposes 'Baby Bonds' Plan For Families Making Less Than $131,000 AnnuallyThe bond would benefit three out of every four children born in New Jersey.
Gov. Murphy Suggests Reopening Gyms, Indoor Dining On Horizon In New JerseyDining out in New Jersey, one of the slowest states in the country to reopen, still means dining outside. There's now a glimmer of hope.
Gov. Murphy: Most Schools In New Jersey Planning Hybrid Start To YearThe coronavirus pandemic has ensured that the start of the school year won't look like it usually does across the state.