Outdoor Dining, Indoor Retail Reopens in New Jersey

TRENTON, N.J. — Some pandemic restrictions on restaurants and retail stores in New Jersey have lifted, according to a statement from Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday, June 15. Outdoor dining at restaurants and bars has resumed and retail stores can now allow indoor shopping at half capacity. However, indoor dining at restaurants is not yet allowed and shopping malls remain closed. Murphy also said that libraries and yard sales can reopen using curbside pickup, and that childcare centers, places of worship, real estate open houses and car washes can resume operation. Personal care businesses, including hair salons, barbershops, nail salons and tattoo parlors, can reopen on June 22. As of June 15, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported nearly 166,900 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey and more than 12,600 deaths.

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