On Tuesday-9-June New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced that he will sign an executive order rescinding his stay-at-home order that has been in effect since March 21. The governor expanded the limits of indoor gatherings while announcing a gradual increase of outdoor gathering through the beginning of July.
For indoor gatherings the limit will be increase to 50 people, or 25% of a building’s capacity. The lower of the two numbers will be what is allowed. All attendees are required to wear face coverings and maintain a safe distance of at least six feet from others. Another increase will be to allow religious services begin on Friday-12-June. For outdoor gatherings the limit will increase effectively immediately to 100 from 25. The governor offered proposed guild-lines that will allow expanding the limits to 250 people on Monday-22-June and 500 people on Friday-3-July. Outdoor High School Graduations which are able to begin on Monday-6-July.
The order formally authorizes public and private community pools to reopen Monday-22-June, along with all outdoor recreational and entertainment businesses, excluding children’s playgrounds, amusement parks, water parks and arcades.
State officials said parks and arcades are still closed as they involve large numbers of people coming into contact with high-touch surfaces. The outdoor order still prohibits Public attending of racetracks and other sporting events. Previous limits to the restrictions on s child care, outdoor dining and non-essential retail are set to reopen Monday-15-June. Also opening on that day will be a phased opening of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is to begin. Hair salons, nail salons and barbershops will be allowed to open a week later. Guild-lines to the opening of indoor restaurants or access to casinos are still being finalized. For additional information please go to: https://north-jerseynews.com Tuesday-9-June This link is to a Copy written story from © North-Jersey News.com. The opinions expressed in this story are those of North-Jersey News and is solely responsible for the content.
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