New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Friday signed legislation that allows pharmacists in the state to dispense self-administered hormonal contraceptives to patients without requiring a prescription. Patients are typically unable to access self-administered hormonal contraceptives, including contraceptive pills, patches, and rings, in New Jersey without first obtaining a prescription from a licensed healthcare provider. The bill…
COVID-19 data is provided by the New Jersey Department of Health and updated every weekday. Only hospitalizations are reported on weekends. The COVID case numbers listed are lower than actual cases due to the prevalence of at-home rapid testing now. As of Dec. 30, 2022, 2,742 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in the state via…
The student is safe and is receiving treatment.
The first book discussion will take place Sept. 21.
The income limit for the programs has increased by $10,000.
The testing will be held weekdays next week also.
St. Lawrence Rehabilitation recently celebrated its 50th anniversary.
The Beyond the Pink Art Show will be held virtually on Oct. 21.
Changes in state regulations mean more jobs in the cannabis industry in New Jersey.
Contact the health department to see if you are eligible and to schedule an appointment.
No appointment necessary.
Since July 8, there have been 57 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Princeton. Of those cases, 29 cases, or 68.4% of the confirmed cases, have been breakthrough infections.
In 2011, Capital Health shut down its 650,000-square-foot Mercer hospital campus on Bellevue Avenue in Trenton and moved to the suburbs, opening a new hospital in Hopewell Township.
Stentz has worked for the recreation department for more than two decades.
Three vaccination clinics will be offered for teens.
In Mercer County, 87,248 people are fully vaccinated.
James Demetriades replaced Barry Rabner, who served as President and CEO of the healthcare system since 2002.
The change will take place effective May 1.
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