Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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Mar 18 2020

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) met with Jefferson Hospital leadership today to discuss the federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and to discuss the measures Jefferson has taken to fight the virus as circumstances continue to change rapidly, including their firsthand experience.

Mar 17 2020
“South Jersey health care providers are on the frontlines protecting our community, and I’m grateful for the measures Virtua has taken to prepare and keep its staff, patients and visitors safe.”
Mar 16 2020
"Cooper and our region’s fellow health care providers are on the frontlines protecting our community, and as I continue to meet with our hospital systems this week, I’m continuously impressed with the effort and planning they have put forward to ensure that our residents are safe and the needs of our families and health care professionals are met.”
Mar 16 2020
In response to the global outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), I want to take a moment to share an update with all of you on the steps our office is taking to keep everyone safe.
Mar 14 2020
“We in Congress have already approved $8.3 billion in new resources to combat the Coronavirus, we just took action to ensure that everyone who needs to be tested can be free of charge and we’re expanding paid leave to provide economic security for workers if you or a loved one gets sick."
Mar 14 2020
“The coronavirus not only threatens our health as Americans, it also threatens the economic security of workers and families."
Mar 11 2020
“We must ensure our servicemembers have the heavy lift capabilities that they require – and the Chinook is a key factor."
Mar 10 2020
“The Department of Labor’s final IRAP rule continues to advance an untested apprenticeship model, but recognizes the construction industry as the ‘gold standard’ of the Registered Apprenticeship Program."
Mar 6 2020
“I am closely monitoring the presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Camden County, and I am continuing to work with federal, state and local officials and health care organizations to ensure they have the all the information and resources necessary to protect our communities."
Mar 4 2020
“We need a fully-funded, coordinated response to keep our communities safe. That’s why I voted to approve funds to fully address this public health emergency and protect the American people.”

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