April 23rd
Weekly Newsletter
New Jersey Update
This afternoon, Governor Phil Murphy announced an additional 2,479 positive COVID-19 cases, increasing the statewide total to 870,986. An additional 27 deaths were announced, increasing the statewide total to 22,717. The rate of transmission is 0.93. The total number of vaccine doses that have been administered in NJ is 6,407,175 and 2,682,510 residents have been fully vaccinated.

As of Monday, 186 school districts are open for all in-person instruction, 526 are open for hybrid instruction, 69 schools are all remote, with 30 districts using a combination of the above across different buildings.

Ahead of Earth Day, which was yesterday, Governor Murphy touted his Administration's strides in environmental policies. He emphasized that over the last year, NJ has continued efforts in the offshore wind industry, signed into law a historic environmental justice measure to protect overburdened communities, and signed into law that K-12 curriculums must include climate education.
Vaccine Distribution Information and Notices from NJ DOH


General Information

EUA Fact Sheet for COVID-19 Vaccine Recipients and Caregivers [Pfizer/BioNTech] [Moderna]

Healthcare Provider Toolkit

Information for Long-Term Care Facilities

Policy, Guidance, and Directives

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Governor's Notices



Department and Agency Notices

Department of Labor and Workforce Development

Department of Human Services

NJ Economic Development Authority
Weekly Legislative Update


The following Departments and Agencies held Budget meetings this week:

MONDAY APRIL 19, 2021
Department of Transportation/New Jersey Transit/Motor Vehicle Commission Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs

WEDNESDAY APRIL 21, 2021
Department of Health
Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Federal and National Update
Administration and Department Information
The New Jersey Governor's Office
The Governor's Office has been updating their website with the latest information on the COVID-19 response.

The New Jersey Legislature
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