Wayne, NJ Coronavirus Updates & News For October 10



Moorestown, NJ |
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New Jersey counties and towns that didn’t qualify for federal coronavirus relief will benefit from $60 million in relief from the state.

New Jersey counties and towns that didn't qualify for federal coronavirus relief will benefit from $60 million in relief from the state.
New Jersey counties and towns that didn’t qualify for federal coronavirus relief will benefit from $60 million in relief from the state. (Shutterstock)

NEW JERSEY — New Jersey counties and towns that didn’t qualify for federal coronavirus relief will benefit from $60 million in relief from the state, officials announced on Friday.Counties and municipalities that didn’t qualify for money from the federal government will share in $60 million that has been allocated from the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) for the Local Government Emergency Fund, Gov. Phil Murphy announced. “Local… Read more



Mendham-Chester, NJ |
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Gov. Phil Murphy said he “exchanged notes” with former Governor Chris Christie as he battles his COVID-19 infection in Morristown.

NEW JERSEY – They may be polar opposites in political and personal style, but current Gov. Phil Murphy had nothing but positive things to say about former Governor Chris Christie as he battles a COVID-19 infection at Morristown Medical Center. … Read more

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Steel tariffs are bringing job losses to the Midwest

Sat Oct 10 , 2020
Tariffs don’t help the economy. That’s the big takeaway from this long Reuters analysis — which includes some prominent voices in Ohio — of the impact the Trump administration’s steel tariffs have had on Michigan. Here’s the setup: (President Donald) Trump’s strategy centered on shielding U.S. steel mills from foreign […]