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Murphy extends pandemic emergency into 9th month as nation worsens
Gov. Phil Murphy on Saturday extended the public health emergency as COVID-19 cases continued to rise.
Murphy leaves event after learning of possible COVID-19 exposure
Gov. Phil Murphy said he was getting a coronavirus test for the second time this week.
Got plans for Thanksgiving? Don’t go overboard, officials urge
The dining room table might be a dangerous place this year.
‘We’ll continue to have your back’ — NJ extends utility shut-off moratorium to 2021
Struggling families won’t find themselves in the dark or cold during the pandemic after Gov. Phil Murphy extended the moratorium on gas, electric and water utility shut-offs until next year.
After a week, Christie out of the hospital for COVID-19 — ‘More to say next week’
A week after checking himself into the hospital with COVID-19, former Gov. Chris Christie said he was released Saturday morning from Morristown Medical Center.
UPDATE: Chris Christie hospitalized after getting coronavirus
Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday afternoon checked himself into Morristown Medical Center, saying he was taking precautions because of his coronavirus diagnosis.
Chris Christie tests positive for COVID-19 — Trump doing better at hospital
Gov. Chris Christie on Saturday confirmed that has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Feds might investigate: Ask NJ for data on nursing home COVID-19 deaths
The U.S. Justice Department has requested nursing home-related data from state officials in four Democratic-led states.
NJ asks court to prevent Postal Service from hampering election
The state of New Jersey has joined a federal lawsuit seeking to block changes at the U.S. Postal Service.
Murphy teases news on gym reopenings; defiant owners exercise political muscle
Murphy on Friday continued to tease a fuller reopening of fitness centers, which along with indoor dining and theaters, are one of the few businesses that remain under the strictest restrictions.