Gov. Murphy announces investments in public universities, healthcare in annual budget address
Mar01

Gov. Murphy announces investments in public universities, healthcare in annual budget address

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced plans to reduce cost of attendance at public universities, as well as other investments in healthcare and the economy in his annual budget address on Feb. 23. In a pre-recorded address, Murphy spoke about key elements of New Jersey’s proposed $44.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2022.  The budget introduces several new investments and initiatives without increasing or adding taxes or fees....

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Some Seton Hall community members begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines as nationwide rollout continues
Feb08

Some Seton Hall community members begin receiving COVID-19 vaccines as nationwide rollout continues

Some members of the Seton Hall community are beginning to receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccines as distribution to eligible groups continues in New Jersey and New York. Over 41 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As of Sunday, 9.2% of New Jersey’s population had received at least one dose of one of the available COVID-19...

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Newark lockdown comes to an end as case positivity rate decreases
Dec04

Newark lockdown comes to an end as case positivity rate decreases

Newark has reached the end of its 10-day lockdown advised by Mayor Ras Baraka on Dec. 4 as the city’s case positivity rate decreased following a recent spike in cases. Baraka announced the lockdown on Nov. 19, urging Newark residents to shelter in place and remain inside their homes as much as possible from Nov. 25 through Dec. 4.  Essex County, where Newark is located, transformed Seton Hall’s campus into a COVID-19...

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Murphy announces new COVID-19 restrictions, provides update on vaccine distribution
Nov09

Murphy announces new COVID-19 restrictions, provides update on vaccine distribution

Indoor dining in New Jersey will no longer be permitted between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. effective Nov. 12, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced at a press conference Monday. The new guidelines applies to all restaurants, bars, clubs and lounges in New Jersey. Barside seating will be prohibited at all times. Takeout, delivery and outdoor dining may continue at all hours. Murphy also announced amendments to current dining restrictions,...

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