NJ Gov. Phil Murphy says he will sign an executive order requiring people in the state to wear a face mask outside when social distancing is not possible.
The rate of transmission of COVID-19 in New Jersey has exceeded 1.0 for the first time in a month and a half, Gov. Phil Murphy said on Monday.
The governor of New Jersey says the state is starting to see “small spikes” in COVID-19 infection from people returning from trips to places like South Carolina and Florida.
Many more businesses can reopen in New Jersey beginning Thursday.
Gamblers coming back to Atlantic City casinos this week will find a different world: no smoking, drinking or eating inside.
A mandatory quarantine of 14 days has been extended to travelers entering New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to 16 from the 8 states listed when the advisory was first issued last week.
The governor confirmed he is no longer using the former president's desk at his office in Trenton.
Indoor dining in New Jersey has been postponed because of a lack of compliance over the use of face masks and social distancing, the governor said.
The upcoming school year in New Jersey and across the tri-state area is beginning to take shape and will be unlike anything we've ever seen before.
Nearly 1,900 people likely died of COVID-19 in New Jersey but were not initially counted in the state's death, though they now will be, Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday.
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy says nearly 1,900 people likely died of COVID-19 in New Jersey but were not initially counted in the state’s death toll.
The governors of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are ordering a mandatory 14-day quarantine on visitors from states with high COVID-19 cases. They made the announcement on Wednesday morning in a joint news conference.
The governor says amusement parks, water parks, and playgrounds can reopen on July 2.
Atlantic City's casinos will be able to reopen July 2 at 25% capacity and indoor dining can resume on that date, with restaurants also operating at 25% capacity.
New Jersey towns could close off streets and allow bars, restaurants and other businesses to allow eating, drinking and retail sales on roadways and sidewalks during the coronavirus outbreak under a bill before lawmakers.
New Jersey's state police chief asked a former health official to get a relative of a top Murphy administration aide tested for COVID-19 as a favor while the tests were in short supply, a lawsuit claims.
As New Jersey enters Phase Two of reopening malls still aren't allowed to open, but some lawmakers in the state are urging Governor Phil Murphy to allow them to start serving shoppers again.
The state of New Jersey will sue a shore town that has defied an executive order by authorizing indoor dining to begin on Monday.
Asbury Park, the Jersey shore city often associated with Bruce Springsteen, is defying New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order and will allow limited indoor dining at its restaurants.
A showdown could be looming in Asbury Park over plans to defy New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order with limited indoor dining.