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DETAILS EXPECTED THIS WEEK ON POTENTIAL REOPENING PLAN FOR NEW JERSEY

Some additional details are expected throughout this week from state leaders on a potential reopening plan for the State of New Jersey.  Governor Phil Murphy said Monday that personal health results in economic health, and not the other way around.  Murphy says New Jersey will be aligned with other states in our region so various …

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MURPHY: DOWNWARD TREND ON HOSPITALIZATIONS FROM COVID-19

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy reported some positive news regarding coronavirus.  During his Monday address, Murphy showed a graph that clearly shows the number of hospitalizations from Covid-19 are on the way down in the Garden State.  Murphy says this shows that social distancing works, and he completely expects a spike in the numbers whenever …

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NUMBER OF STATEWIDE DEATHS FROM CORONAVIRUS BEGINS TO GROW LESS

The number of individuals who have died from coronavirus appears to be slowing down in New Jersey.  New figures released Sunday by Governor Phil Murphy shows that another 132 deaths have been reported, putting the total loss of life from the virus at 4,202.  The total number of cases in the Garden State is now …

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MURPHY: IF NEW JERSEY DOESN’T GET FEDERAL AID, PUBLIC WORKER LAYOFFS WILL BE “HISTORIC”

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy predicts “historic” layoffs of state employees unless the federal government sends New Jersey billions of dollars.  Murphy says the layoffs would be felt at the state, county, and local levels.  He says too m...

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COVID-19 DEATH TOLL IN NEW JERSEY FIVE TIMES THAN 9/11

New Jersey now reports 3,840 lives lost from coronavirus.  State health officials released the new numbers Friday afternoon.  This death toll is five times greater than the New Jersey lives lost on September 11, 2001.  There are now 78,467 cases in the...

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NJSIAA: SPRING SPORTS STILL POSSIBLE, BUT TOURNAMENT PLAY IS VERY UNLIKELY

The organization that runs high school sports in New Jersey says it’s still possible spring sports can happen, but if they do, it will likely be without tournaments.  The NJSIAA issued a statement Thursday following Governor Phil Murphy’s decision to keep schools closed until at least May 15th.  The Association says it has a model …

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