We're keeping you up-to-date on all the latest news and information about the Coronavirus pandemic as it pertains to New Jersey.
I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine and Had a Very Different Side Effect
About a week and a half ago I got the first shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. After I received the shot, I sat and waited for 15 minutes as is the procedure. It wasn't until I got in my car that started feeling bad.
Facebook Wants to Help People Get COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments
They also want to help get rid of any misinformation about the vaccine.
Would NJ ever require a ‘vaccine passport’ for concerts, events, restaurants?
Debate over some kind of COVID vaccine passport requirement for shows and concerts is heating up
Walmart, Sam’s Club locations add COVID-19 vaccinations
Anyone 65 and over can make an appointment by calling a store's pharmacy.
Cops: South Jersey Woman Fakes Being a Public Official, Threatens Business Over COVID Conc…
Authorities in Burlington County have arrested a woman who they say impersonated a public official and threatened to shut-down a business over COVID-19 concerns.
No Masks Necessary If You've Been Fully Vaccinated
The Centers for Disease Control just issued new guidelines that would permit people who've been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to gather without wearing masks.
Booming interest in NJ’s outdoors during pandemic shows value of nature
As interest in wildlife-oriented recreational activities continues to grow in New Jersey, the amount of land available to enjoy them is declining due to development.
1 year of COVID — NJ residents ‘can’t wait for this to be over’
On March 4, 2020, Gov. Phil Murphy announced the Garden State's first confirmed case of the novel coronavirus.
‘Pandemic push’ for housing still hot in New Jersey
Demand for properties has not taken a break since the market relaunched after a brief shutdown.
NJ gas prices up sharply in past month, but won’t go much higher
The average price of a gallon of regular gas in New Jersey has gone up 7 cents in the past week, nearly 30 cents in a month, and is almost 40 cents more than a year ago, just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and a nosedive in oil demand.
Murphy loosening NJ restrictions despite worries of mutant strains
Over the past several days Jersey is seeing more coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and a higher rate of transmission as more variants are identified around the state
NJ schools to fully open in September — maybe sooner — Murphy says
How did Mount Olive schools start the return to full classroom instruction but other districts are duking it out with school boards and filing lawsuits?