A state senator telephones a committee hearing to protest vaccination regulations

A state senator telephones a committee hearing to protest vaccination regulations

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  • The Murphy administration has been criticized for its handling of the pandemic, particularly for the state’s nursing homes. Nearly 100 residents of the Paramus Veterans Home died from COVID-19-related complications. Regarding the rules at the State House, last week a group of Assembly Republicans brushed past state troopers who were enforcing the mandate in protest. This week, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin switched all Assembly meetings to virtual. The next in-person Assembly session is scheduled for Monday.

  • New rules at the State House state that all visitors – including lawmakers – must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or have proof of a negative test. Murphy won’t explain troopers’ role in capitol confusion. State police boost COVID vaccine rule enforcement at State House”To think that you should show a vaccine passport as an elected official for me to vote in the State House, I think is wrong,” Pennacchio says. “If you’re trying to keep the virus out of the State House – first of all, why did you not give the same courtesy to the poor, frail and elderly residents in this nursing home – this veterans nursing home.”

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