Elective surgeries and other invasive medical procedures can resume May 26 in New Jersey pursuant to Governor Murphy’s executive order.
NJ Transit received a grant award of $1.4 billion from the Federal Transit Administration through the CARES Act.
New Jersey is committing $50 million from CARES Act for small businesses affected by COVID-19.
Governor Murphy will allow towns to reopen beaches, boardwalks, lakes, and lakeshores with social distancing measures in place beginning Friday, May 22.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs is providing five, 10-member Health Care Strike Teams to join staff at long-term care facilities in New Jersey. They will remain until June 30.
If you have questions about taxes or stimulus checks:
Social Security beneficiaries who are not typically required to file tax returns will have payments automatically deposited into their bank accounts.
The IRS has established a website to answer other questions about direct stimulus checks to taxpayers and to help taxpayers, businesses and others affected by the coronavirus. Click here for more information
If you have questions about Small Business Assistance:
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) application process has resumed. Contact your local lender if you wish to apply.
If you have questions regarding Unemployment Insurance and paid sick leave:
Resources for homeowners and renters:
If you have questions about job opportunities:
If you have questions about coronavirus health resources:
More information about coronavirus is available through the New Jersey Department of Health’s website here
A list of coronavirus testing sites is available here
You can check health symptoms here
. Please consult your health care provider if you feel unwell.
If you want to help:
Anyone who has personal protective equipment (PPE)
they wish to donate like N95 respirators, face shields, protective goggles, surgical masks, or other protective equipment, click here
If you have medical training
and want to volunteer, click here