New Jersey is gradually easing COVID-19 restrictions. Governor Phil Murphy announced on Monday that companies such as casinos, restaurants, gyms and other venues will be allowed to operate with 100% performance starting on May 19.
Governor Phil Murphy announced on Monday that New Jersey lifts some COVID-19 restrictions, effective May 19 . From that date, businesses such as casinos, gyms, restaurants and hairdressers will be able to run with performance 100% . In addition, theaters, temples and other places of worship, as well as entertainment facilities they will also be able to increase their capacity up to 100%. However, the rules of social distancing remain in place, which means that distance is required 6 feet between visitors . In addition, masks also remain compulsory.
Additionally, it is valid from May 19, there will be no restrictions on outdoor meetings and the number of people who can sit at one table. Bandwidth Limitation A. The 30% is valid for all indoor events in places of 1,000 or more places. New Jersey would also remove the current 250 people quota that applies to trade meetings, political rallies, memorials, funerals, and other events.
NJ's decision to lift restrictions is based on public health indicators, not policy
During regular COVID-19 on Monday this week, Governor Murphy said if the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would review the requirement of social distance just like the state. Moreover, he added that he expected this distancing requirement to come off.
" These are the most aggressive steps we've taken to reopen so far. "
Governor Phil Murphy
also the governor found these steps "most aggressive" done so far. In addition, he assured everyone that the New Jersey legislature was doing exactly what it said at all times, which was made such decisions based on "public health indicators, not policy" .
The latest move to lift the COVID-19 restrictions on New Jersey comes after New York made a similar announcement . Before Governor Murphy's announcement on Monday, the Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo assured that soon most of the bandwidth restrictions for the tri-state area will expire .