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As the J&J vaccine pause continues, schedule and supply shuffling underway
The pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will remain in effect for at least a little while longer.
No, we don’t know that J&J vaccine caused serious blood clots in 6 women
As the CDC investigates, statistics suggest the vaccine is extremely safe
COVID threat greater than J&J vaccine risk, NJ health officials say
The Health Commissioner says her Department will continue to give state residents the facts, including how much more dangerous it is to get COVID compared to getting a vaccine
Vaccine supply for NJ dips after Johnson & Johnson struggles
Nevertheless Gov. Phil Murphy says we have one of the best vaccination programs in the nation and the state is on target to vaccinate 70% of the adult population by June.
NJ doing poorly keeping COVID down but Murphy sees ‘light at end of tunnel’
Nevertheless Gov. Phil Murphy remains convinced we will be in a "much better and different place" by Memorial Day
Big savings for students: NJ colleges now offering free courses
Some high school and college students and adults looking to earn a degree will be able to take online courses for free through a unique partnership
If you’re fully vaccinated, why do you still have to be so careful?
New Jersey officials say caution is still needed in public because many questions about COVID-19 remain unanswered and people are still dying and getting sick.
More young and middle-age NJ residents are getting hospitalized with COVID
Contagious variants coupled with less cautious behaviors are believed to be driving the trend.
Murphy spells out best and worst-case scenarios for this summer
Gov. Murphy says new cases and hospitalizations should keep rising, but he predicts we’re in store for “ a great summer.”
NJ hospitalizations stay low but most re-opening plans still on hold
Gov. Murphy says there is still concern about a lot of positive COVID cases and variants.
What it means if you don’t have side effects from the COVID vaccine
Experts say there’s no way to predict who will have side effects and who won’t.
Go online! MVC chief tells NJ residents to stop wasting their time
Chief Administrator Sue Fulton says too many people are making appointments to get their driver’s licenses renewed when they can do it online