Demand far outstrips supply currently. The state has been allocated far fewer doses than the number of people who want them. More than a million have registered for the vaccine at covidvaccine.nj.gov, while about 600,000 vaccine doses have been received
The only thing missing? Vaccines. Now that health care workers, nursing home residents and first responders are being inoculated against the coronavirus, the state is well into the first phase of the vaccine program.
Covid-19 has taken an outsized toll on Black and Hispanic Americans – and those disparities extend to medical workers
The HPAE Local 5185 Local Executive Board invites you to join us for a tele-conference general membership meeting on Wednesday, January 13th.
There will be emergency membership meetings on Tuesday, January 5th via Zoom to discuss management's proposal and what the membership is willing to do to win a better contract!
The coronavirus has infected 419,000 people in New Jersey and claimed the lives of at least 16,200, according to state data. Nurses, doctors and other medical professionals are among the tally, but no one is keeping track of just how
Beniquez was the first of 80 healthcare workers slated to receive their first dose of the vaccine at University Hospital on Tuesday, the beginning of the state’s latest chapter in fighting a virus that has killed more than 17,000 of
We had our sixth bargaining session with management. Yesterday they left us with their initial offer: a 1.6% raise over three years. They also moved in our direction on some of our demands regarding differentials
The worst pandemic in a century has ravaged Newark and its Black community. It was a tragedy decades in the making.
The Federal Trade Commission announced Thursday it intends to block the proposed the sale of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center to Hackensack Meridian Health because the hospital chain would monopolize the Bergen County market and drive up prices.