*Editor’s note: This story was updated Tuesday night as the governor signed the health care immunity measure, in addition to several others in this package, into law. 

As the social and economic tolls from the novel coronavirus pandemic mount, the Senate and Assembly approved a batch of new measures, including one that provides immunity to health-care facilities and professionals from civil and criminal claims resulting from injury or death in treating COVID-19 patients. The immunity measure was signed by Gov. Phil Murphy late Tuesday, in addition to several others in the package.

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