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Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) issued an executive order requiring all residents to wear facemasks when going out in public on April 11, The Daily Targum previously reported. Martin Blaser, director of Rutgers University’s Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine and professor in the Department of Medicine and Microbiology at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, said face masks will work when individuals use them.
David Chu, an assistant professor of ophthalmology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, said those who wear contact lenses could be at a higher risk of contracting the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
With cases and deaths beginning to flatten or decline in some areas of the country — particularly, the hard-hit New York/New Jersey area — governors and other government officials have begun discussing procedures on how to reopen the economy and country.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) has begun to implement various changes to the state’s unemployment system to better handle the large number of claims due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, including upgrading computer technology, adding more personnel and boosting phone capacity, according to a press release.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) held a press conference today to announce 4,059 new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New Jersey, bringing the statewide total to 68,824 cases. Additionally, he said 365 additional residents died, bringing the death toll to 2,805.
I’m sure many of you are taking your online classes on Zoom — or “Zoom University” as some say. Zoom is the video conferencing service most commonly used by students to connect with their professors and peers safely during the coronavirus disease pandemic.
If you are like me and your love language is quality time, then social distancing has been a little challenging for you. We must continue to distance ourselves from others because there have been many cases of people who had the virus but were asymptomatic, which means that someone can have the virus but show no symptoms at all.
If you have access to media of any sorts, you’ve heard of Netflix’s binge-worthy docuseries, “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” and its eccentric cast — you can read our review of the show to read more about Carole Baskin, Joe Exotic and the rest of the figures of the show, or listen to our podcast if that's more your style.
The “Mugshot Challenge,” which started on TikTok and has since spread to Instagram and Twitter, calls on people to use their makeup skills to transform themselves into the subject of a mugshot. Sporting gaunt faces, bruised eyes, cuts, bleeding noses and lips and purposefully smeared eye makeup, participants of the viral challenge have posted jarring pictures of themselves that represent a dramatic and largely unrealistic departure from the average mugshot which typically bears none of these features.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver (D-N.J.) has joined a coalition of lieutenant governors throughout the country who are advocating for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to lift the three-month wait period gay, bisexual, queer and transgender men have to follow before being able to donate blood, according to a press release.
Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) reported 3,219 new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases and 94 additional deaths in New Jersey during a press conference today. This brings the statewide total to 64,584 cases with 2,443 deaths.
A report conducted by the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council “Stop AAPI Hate” website showed 673 reports of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) discrimination from March 19 to 25 alone. Cases vary in range from being coughed/spat upon, to verbal harassment and physical assault.
For many families across the world, Easter looked different this year: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) kept everyone in their homes, preventing church services and family dinners.
Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), the self-proclaimed Democratic-Socialist, ended his presidential campaign.
Middlesex County, in partnership with Rutgers University Cell and DNA Repository (RUCDR) Infinite Biologics, RWJBarnabas Health and Accurate Diagnostic Labs (ADL), will be the first in New Jersey to introduce a saliva-based coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test, beginning Wednesday, according to a press release.
As we are pushed indoors by a global pandemic, we are more vulnerable to exploitation on behalf of the platforms we are turning to in order to keep ourselves sane.
Unpopular opinion: You do not need anyone to complete you.
Jaclyn Maurer Abbot, instructor in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, and Kaitlyn Eck, a Rutgers graduate student in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, are members of the American Society of Nutrition and provided insight about healthy eating during the coronavirus disease pandemic.
Earlier this week Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) officially ended his bid for presidency after a long drawn out campaign that saw him vying unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination alongside former Vice President Joe Biden, who is now the clear favorite to face off against President Donald J. Trump in November.
This year’s presidential election is going to be between President Donald J. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, and many have been left scratching their heads, wondering how this could have happened.