Health officials say New Jersey now has at least 34,124 coronavirus cases, with 846 fatalities.
New Jersey now has at least 29,895 coronavirus cases, with 646 reported deaths, according to state health officials.
Gov. Phil Murphy reversed course Monday, saying that gun stores will be able to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy said he made a request for more ventilators during a call with federal officials Saturday night.
"NO CORONA PARTIES," Gov. Phil Murphy said. "They’re illegal, dangerous, and stupid."
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced nearly 2,000 more cases of coronavirus in the state and 27 COVID-19 related deaths. The statewide total now sits at 8,825 with 108 reported deaths.
Gov. Phil Murphy says New Jersey day care providers have until Friday to certify they can and will serve only the children of workers deemed essential during the COVID-19 emergency or face closure.
Murphy said that instead of the number, the state has set up a website form for workers to report any potential violations of the order.
Gov. Phil Murphy has ordered New Jersey residents to stay home and nonessential retail businesses to close.
Gov. Phil Murphy is putting nearly $1 billion in reserve to prepare for a hit to the economy from COVID-19.
Saying he wanted “no gatherings of any kind,” Murphy acknowledged the difficulty of enforcing such an order in every part of the state but said he wanted people to “stay home, period.”
The number of COVID-19 cases in New Jersey has risen to at least 1,914, with 20 fatalities reported.
A drive-thru coronavirus testing center in New Jersey has again reached capacity, but the site will reopen Monday — and a second drive-thru center is expected to open that day in another county.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy joined Good Day Thursday morning to discuss the state's response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Students across New Jersey are staying home Wednesday as statewide school closures go into effect.
New Jersey expanded coronavirus mitigation efforts Tuesday, ordering indoor malls and amusement centers closed, adding to to the theaters, casinos, gyms and dining rooms it shuttered earlier this week. All public and private schools, colleges and universities are joining the list Wednesday.
Bars, restaurants and casinos are officially closed in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.
New Jersey officials are considering a statewide curfew to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Gov. Phil Murphy says New Jersey will waive fees for COVID-19 virus testing for more than 2 million residents on certain health plans.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has resumed his duties following surgery last week to remove what officials said was likely a cancerous tumor on his kidney.