New Jersey on Friday hit Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy’s goal of vaccinating 4.7 million people.
New Jersey’s gubernatorial election came into focus Wednesday, with Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy defending his progressive record and Republican Jack Ciattarelli homing in on affordability and taxes.
New Jersey will allow fully vaccinated employees to drop masks and social distancing on Friday if they can prove they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The measure, which passed with Democrats in favor and Republicans against, ends most of the more than 100 executive orders that Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy enacted to address the pandemic, but leaves about a dozen of them in place until January.
Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, Chris O'Connell talks with people who are thrilled to see the end of masks in N.J. and ready to return to normal
This Friday, New Jersey residents will be able to take off their masks in most indoor settings as case counts have dropped and vaccinations efforts have continued.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday rolled out three new vaccine incentives to push residents to get their shots, including a free glass of wine, a state park pass and a chance to win dinner with the Murphys.
While Governor Phil Murphy announced students will head back to school in the fall and lifted the travel advisory, SEPTA and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania raised capacity limits.
The governor said it’s “only a matter of time,” perhaps weeks before the mask mandate is lifted in New Jersey.
"I think the prospects are pretty good," Murphy said during his latest COVID-19 briefing.
Any New Jerseyan 21 and older who gets their first vaccine dose during the month of May can bring their vaccination card to a participating brewery to get a free beer.
New Jersey will lift all COVID-19 outdoor gathering limits and remove a 50% capacity limit on indoor restaurants and bars beginning on May 19 as long as social distancing can be maintained, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday.
Governor Phil Murphy announced the "Your Voice, Your Shot" video contest which urges New Jersey residents to share why they and others are getting vaccinated.
West Deptford High School, in Gloucester County, happily plans graduation for seniors now that NJ capacity limits are set to expand in May.
Anticipating political pushback, Murphy rejected the idea of not enacting more gun control laws because New Jersey already has strict firearm safety measures in place.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said Wednesday that the indefinite pause on the Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine will not have an impact on the state's plan to open eligibility to all adults on Monday.
Outdoor gatherings in New Jersey can increase capacity to 200 people on Friday and certain religious outings no longer have crowd restrictions as the Garden State carefully peels back more of its COVID-19 restrictions.
Despite an increase in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in New Jersey over the last several weeks, Gov. Phil Murphy believes the light at the end of the tunnel is getting larger.
With New Jersey expecting a record allotment this week of nearly half a million doses, Gloucester County hopes to up its daily tally to as many as 8,000 shots.
New Jersey will expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility beginning April 5 to people ages 55 and older, as well as to people 16 and older if they have intellectual or developmental disabilities.