Outdoor Dining, Stores to Return to NJ in Two Weeks
More progress has been made in the reopening of our state, which was shutdown in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the things I've really missed since this whole mess started is going out to eat with family and friends. The timing for being able to enjoy outdoor dining couldn't be better since we're just starting the summer season.
You'll now be able to enjoy outside dining starting June 15th, according to Governor Murphy, with restrictions of course. Nonessential stores will also be permitted to open their doors at 50% capacity also starting on the 15th. You will still need to continue to practice social distancing and should continue to wear a face covering.
We'll have to wait a bit longer for hair salons and barbershops for the much needed haircut or hair coloring. The official reopening date, according to the governor will be June 22nd for all hair salons and barbershops.
I am so looking forward to enjoy having dinner with my family while enjoying the view of one of our beautiful beaches!
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