NJ requiring toddlers to wear masks in daycare centers — But how?
An expert child psychologist advises parents to have a positive attitude, go slowly and make mask wearing a special, happy event
NJ childcare workers now required to get vaccinated or get tested
Childcare settings also were added to the indoor mask mandate, with "limited exceptions" effective Friday, the governor announced.
Rutgers study tracks COVID ‘brain fog,’ memory loss in NJ patients (Opinion)
Brain fog is an umbrella term that can simply mean mental sluggishness consistent with flulike symptoms, or having to take a longer time to complete certain tasks, or more gravely, memory issues which may include forgetting conversations and details.
NJ weddings during COVID — more energy, but still plenty of caution
"A lot of our couples, I'd say a majority, now are actually requesting that their guests be vaccinated," said Candice Timmerman, event coordinator for Edgewood Country Club in River Vale.
Wall, NJ welcomes Belmar beach COVID memorial to permanent home
The original design has, in general, been preserved as best as it can.
NJ officials tout monoclonal antibody therapy for people with COVID
With thousands of New Jersey residents testing positive every day, the State Health Commissioner is urging you to consider monoclonal antibody treatment, under certain conditions
NJ schools have 6 COVID outbreaks so far: Here’s what that means
A new year, a new round of quarantines and self-isolation for students and staff at New Jersey schools due to the pandemic. Here's the updated situations and guidelines, based on CDC rules.
When will COVID become a seasonable, manageable disease in NJ?
The New Jersey Health Department’s top doctor suggests it’s a complicated question, but lowering COVID and influenza deaths is achievable
All recent COVID deaths in NJ and most hospitalizations are unvaccinated people
While breakthrough cases rise in NJ, the latest data shows less than 4% of those hospitalized during the last week in August were fully vaccinated.
NJ music students are asked to ‘mask their instruments’ to help stop COVID
Among the recommendations from Arts Ed NJ: students who play the flute or trumpet should mask their instruments while playing.
Some COVID metrics are good in NJ, others not so much
State health officials see positive signs, even though hospitalizations keep creeping higher
Barnegat, NJ, BOE members could face charges for going maskless
Union files complaint with local police and the AG