More than five weeks after ordering New Jersey residents into a near-lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Phil Murphy will unveil his plan Monday to start rolling back those restrictions.
On Sunday night, Murphy tweeted a logo touting “The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health through Public Health” with the promise of more details at a noon briefing in Trenton, when state officials will also detail the latest status of the outbreak that has infected 109,038 and killed 5,938 New Jersey residents.
“Our #COVID19 response has been guided by the simple truth that public health creates …
Posted: April 27th, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: COVID-19, Economy, New Jersey | Tags: COVID-19, New Jersey | Comments Off on Gov. Phil Murphy to reveal N.J. plan to reopen from coronavirus lockdown today. Here’s what to expect.
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