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Christie Duffy


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Christie:

NJ surpasses 15,000 dead from coronavirus

New Jersey surpassed a grim milestone today, as 15,007 have now died in the state from COVID-19. → Read More

New Jersey 7-day COVID average highest since outbreak began

New Jersey reported another 4,063 new COVID cases today and hospitalizations have now tripled since a month ago. → Read More

NJ tops 4,000 new virus cases again

New Jersey is highly discouraging any travel ahead of the holidays and today the governor added Vermont to the long list of states where a 14-day quarantine is necessary after returning home. → Read More

Over 13,000 new cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey since Monday

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy reported 3,399 new cases of COVID-19 today, on top of 10,000 already recorded in the state this week. → Read More

COVID-19 surges in NJ as Newark enforces curfew

Today, New Jersey reported more than 3,517 new cases of COVID-19, pushing the case load over 10,000 total since Monday of this week. → Read More

As NJ cases spread, creative outdoor seating on the rise

New Jersey reported over 3,078 new cases of COVID-19 and 15 new deaths on Wednesday, as Essex County leads the state in new infections. → Read More

Newark imposes mandatory curfew in COVID-19 hotspots

Today the the number of new COVID-19 cases reported in New Jersey nearly doubled from yesterday, as a statewide 10 p.m. curfew for indoor dining and bars is about to take effect. → Read More

NJ marijuana operator plans expansion; call for market advantages for prior arrests

A New Jersey marijuana operator has big plans for an expansion as advocates call for market advantages for people who have prior pot arrests. → Read More

Legalizing marijuana in NJ: How long it could take for the market to open if approved

New Jersey residents voted Tuesday on whether to legalize recreational marijuana and if they approve, New Jersey State Sen. Nick Scutari says he will introduce a bill to regulate the new industry as early as Thursday. → Read More

NJ exceeds 2,000 cases in a day for first time since May

Today, New Jersey reported over 2,089 new cases of COVID-19, marking the first time the state has topped 2,000 new cases in a single day since May. → Read More

Hoboken reports highest 1-day case total since April

With coronavirus cases on the rise again, one of New Jersey's biggest cities is warning that it reported a 1-day case total at close to peak levels. → Read More

Newark imposes curfew on non-essential businesses, indoor dining as COVID-19 cases rise

The New Jersey city of Newark has imposed a curfew on non-essential businesses as COVID-19 cases in the state continue to increase. → Read More

NJ enacts new nursing home laws

New Jersey reported over 1,100 new cases of coronavirus and 11 deaths Friday, as Governor Phil Murphy signed two new laws to reform practices inside nursing homes. → Read More

Another round of federal coronavirus relief funds released for NJ businesses, families

Another round of federal funding is headed to New Jersey businesses and families struggling financially from the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Murphy surging testing, tracing to NJ COVID-19 hotspots

New Jersey posted it's biggest single-day uptick in coronavirus cases since May yesterday, followed by 881 new COVID cases reported today. → Read More

Children of 9/11 responders to author remembrance book

With the 20th anniversary of 9/11 coming up next year, the children of 9/11 first responders are coming together to share their stories for the first time in a new book due out next year. → Read More

NJ Gov. Murphy pushing law to expand abortion rights

Gov. Phil Murphy has thrown his support behind a law to expand access to abortions, birth control and pregnancy care in New Jersey. → Read More

NJ Gov. Murphy pushing law to expand abortion rights

TRENTON, N.J. — Gov. Phil Murphy has thrown his support behind a law to expand access to abortions, birth control and pregnancy care in New Jersey. Lawmakers are looking to push it through in case Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court, anticipating a new 6-to-3 conservative majority. The bill is dubbed the […] → Read More

Port Authority Police train for active shooter on PATH trains and buses

Port Authority police units were continuing a week-long training for active shooters on PATH and buses Wednesday. → Read More

NJ horseshoe crabs play critical role in coronavirus vaccine, but at a cost

New Jersey horseshoe crabs play a critical role in the fight against COVID-19, but that role comes at a cost. → Read More