Governor Phil Murphy and U.S. Senator Bob Menendez spent approximately 20 minutes on Thursday touring the New Jersey’s first field hospital built in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. The governor also thanked the state troopers and Army Corps of Engineers for their quick work that he said will save lives.
On April 1, a COVID-19 testing site will open in Camden County at Cooper’s Poynt Park, additionally, CompleteCare in Cumberland County is now accepting calls from residents who would like to schedule an appointment to get tested.
Today Governor Phil Murphy held another press briefing at 2 p.m. to go over updates in New Jersey's "war against the coronavirus." Included in the briefing was a comparison between what things would look like for New Jersey's case numbers without mitigation, and what it will look like if about one-third of New Jerseyans practice social distancing.
On February 27, a group of gallant travelers from our area braved frigid temperatures and blustery winds to take a journey to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Division of Unemployment Insurance has now issued new guidance for filers affected by the virus outbreak, including a new schedule for when individuals should claim their weekly benefit.
As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in New Jersey continue to climb, the governor's office is beginning to take preemptive measures to safeguard the state's economy. One way they're doing that is by providing an online jobs portal for those who are looking for employment during the crisis.
Governor Phil Murphy held a press briefing at 12 p.m. on March 23 to provide an update on New Jersey's war against COVID-19, a disease that is confirmed to have infected over 2,000 New Jersey residents and has so far taken the lives of 27.
Atlantic City Electric is suspending service disconnections, already in place as part of the Winter Termination Program (WTP) and waiving new late payment fees through at least May 1 to help customers who may be affected by the ramification of the COVID-19 pandemic.