The latest New Jersey news and commentary on the novel coronavirus, the restrictions in place because of it, and help for people struggling.
MVC chief tells NJ residents: No reason to line up at midnight
Sue Fulton recommends you show up at 8 or 9 a.m. at an agency office instead of pulling an all-nighter.
COVID-19 prompts 'new way of operating' substance use treatment
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic could forever change the way New Jersey residents connect to and utilize services related to substance use disorder.
Warning: Most imported KN95 masks not protecting adequately
While you can likely spot the masks in question at doctor's offices throughout the Garden State, New Jersey hospitals reportedly are not relying on KN95 masks to replenish their stockpiles of personal protective equipment.
These NJ high schools have switched back to remote classes
At least 12 high school have shutdown so far, for either a few days up to several weeks, once COVID-19 was confirmed among staff or students.
Up to 90% of people positive for COVID-19 may not be contagious
This, according to an article posted Sunday in the New York Times.
New Jersey getting millions of 15-minute coronavirus tests
'This could be a game-changer,' Gov. Murphy said.
Who managed COVID-19 better: New Jersey or Sweden?
Sweden has almost 10 million people with 5,880 deaths, while New Jersey has a lower population and over 16,000 deaths.
Nursing home staff increases approved by NJ Legislature
Bill on Gov. Phil Murphy's desk requires ratios of direct care staff to residents of one per eight on the day shift, per 10 in the evening and per 14 at night.
Do you have flu? Or COVID-19? Even doctors can't tell right away
"Sometimes the only way to differentiate between the two is to get tested."
Lakewood student, teacher get COVID-19: District defends response
Two first-grade educators have claimed that they were not quarantined after a student showed symptoms of COVID-19 — an assertion that district officials are disputing.