We're keeping you up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the Coronavirus pandemic as it pertains to New Jersey.
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.
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.
272,000 students fall behind in school, NJ pandemic report finds
It's the first statewide look at learning loss over the past year.
That vaccine appointment text could be a scam, NJ warns
The text messages are likely trying to obtain personal information to commit healthcare fraud or other forms of identity fraud.
COVID-19 Spike Forces Closure of In-Person Classes at Buena High
Buena Regional High School has been closed for in-person learning after an elevated number of COVID positive cases linked to the high school over the past few weeks, according to a notification from Superintendent David Cappuccio Jr...
What it means if you don’t have side effects from the COVID vaccine
Experts say there’s no way to predict who will have side effects and who won’t.
Why It’s Important to Keep Your COVID-19 Vaccination Card
Here's why it is important to keep your COVID-19 vaccination card proving you have been fully vaccinated.
New Survey Shows New Jersey Is Getting Back To Work
A recently conducted survey shows evidence to support that those previously put out of work due to COVID-19 are now starting to reenter the workforce.
Woman From Swedesboro, New Jersey Helps Seniors Secure Vaccine as a Tribute to Mom
Getting an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine has been a real challenge for seniors citizens across the country.
COVID vaccine poll: Many adults are hesitant, fewer minorities received it
"We see a very strong resistance politically to the vaccine, where an actual majority of Republicans said they are probably or definitely not going to get the vaccine," said John Froonjian, director of the Hughes Center at Stockton.
A year later, NJ nursing homes now can allow indoor visits
The state has updated its guidance, with certain limitations based on COVID-19 spread at each facility, health officials said.