COVID-19 Testing Reported to New Jersey Department of Health
As of 1:30pm ET, March 29
‡ Includes deaths and results reported by state, commercial and medical center laboratories
* This figure includes data reported to the state by the state lab plus seven private laboratory entities, representing about 95 percent of private testing capacity in New Jersey.
Some New Jersey schools have flooring, once commonly installed in gymnasiums and all-purpose rooms, that may contain mercury.
Healthy New Jersey 2030 Topic Areas have been established. They include Access to Quality Care, Healthy Communities, Healthy Families, and Healthy Living.
Baby Be Well App
The Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School's Baby Be Well app was designed to help families keep their infants safe throughout the first year of life!
What You Need to Know About Hepatitis A
NJDOH has identified an increase in the number of HAV cases among persons reporting homelessness, drug use, Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and recent incarceration.
How to find a healthcare facility
Find nursing homes and other long term care facilities.
Harm Reduction Centers
Syringe access and needle exchange programs help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.
In The News
Governor Murphy Signs Executive Order Directing Health Care Facilities to Report Data, Including PPE Inventory and Bed Capacity, On a Daily Basis
This reporting will be required by 10 a.m. on a daily basis starting Sunday, March 29.
Governor Murphy Announces New Funding Sources to Assist Health Care Providers with COVID-19-Related Expenses
Murphy Administration Sends Letter Directing Commercial Laboratories to Report All COVID-19 Test Results to the Department of Health
As testing expands throughout the State of New Jersey, it is vital that the State has access to the most accurate and up-to-date COVID-19 test results.
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