CoronaVirus

Hopewell Township not immune to increased cases of COVID-19

COVID-19 cases are increasing once again in Hopewell Township and throughout the state. Township Health Officer Dawn Marling warned the public and Hopewell Township Committee members on May 16 that...

Princeton schools reinstate mask requirement amid rise in COVID cases

Citing an increase in positive COVID-19 cases, Princeton Public Schools students are being required to wear face masks...

Health Department continues to help administer second booster doses to those who are eligible

Individuals 50 years old or older and those who are immunocompromised have been able to receive a second...

Local pharmacies accused of violations in sale of COVID-19 tests

The Division of Consumer Affairs has imposed penalties against four pharmacies for alleged consumer protection violations in the...

Opinion: Teens should make own determination of vaccine status

Earlier this year, I participated in a high school extracurricular event. Like most events, a COVID-19 vaccination and...

CoronaVirus

High school athletic association adds COVID-19 sports task force

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) has established the COVID-19 Sports Advisory Task Force, a group of athletic directors from across the...

Burlington County residents with or without symptoms can get tested for COVID-19

To help limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, it is important that all persons with concern about COVID-19 exposure be tested as soon...

Opinion: A season of loss, from COVID-19 to the ‘virus’ of racism

This has been a season of expectations and loss. Only because I am an optimist and I have very good friends who give me cause...

More nursing home deaths reported from Princeton

  Two additional residents of the Princeton Care Center have died of COVID-19 complications since May 27, bringing the total to 10 residents at the...

Princeton Board of Health looks to messaging as restrictions ease statewide

Messaging will continue to be one of the key tools used by Princeton officials against potential incidents of failed social distancing as the town...

Old Bridge officials report 11 new COVID-19 cases

OLD BRIDGE – Old Bridge officials reported 11 new positive COVID-19 cases, which bring the total number of cases to 1,015, according to Old...

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