As the second COVID-19 surge threatens New Jersey hospitals, state health officials are urging people who test positive and have mild to moderate symptoms to immediately ask their doctors about getting monoclonal antibodies. Officials hope it will keep hospitals from getting overwhelmed.
Many of New Jersey's vaccination sites ran out of appointments hours after Gov. Phil Murphy widened the pool of those eligible to get the coronavirus shot by more than 4 million people.
Once you have received the COVID-19 vaccine, are you immune to the disease? And by wearing protective face masks and practicing social distancing, are we seeing a lower amount of flu cases? Our chief of infectious disease, Dr. Suraj Saggar weighs in during Fox 5 Health News.
Former Gov. Jon Corzine years ago called her the “conscience of the Legislature.” Gov. Phil Murphy yesterday said she may be “the most consequential legislator in the history of our state.” Former Gov. Chris Christie wanted to “take the bat out on her.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Bronx Congressman Adriano Espaillat said Thursday he’s feeling fine after testing positive for coronavirus.
Our president and CEO Michael Maron speaks with News 12 NJ about Holy Name's vaccination center in the Rodda Community Center in Teaneck.
200 Bergen County residents were vaccinated today at this site. WNBC’s Reporter Sarah Wallace takes an inside look and discovers more about the distribution process.
Los residentes de Nueva Jersey de 65 años o más, y cualquier persona de 16 a 64 con afecciones médicas crónicas podrán obtener la vacuna partir partir del jueves.
TEANECK, NJ — The Richard Rodda Community Center has repurposed their gyms, turning them from basketball courts to a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
After receiving a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine recipients are observed for fifteen minutes at the Holy Name Medical Center mass vaccination site located at the Rhoda Community Center in Teaneck on January 13, 2021. AMY NEWMAN, NORTHJERSEY.COM/ USA TODAY NETWORK