Gov. Murphy Introduces New Covid Restrictions For Dining And Bars

Gov. Murphy Introduces New Covid Restrictions For Dining And Bars

Gov. Murphy Introduces New Covid Restrictions For Dining And Bars

Today New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy held a briefing to speak about the ever growing covid-19 cases in the state of New Jersey.

“A second wave is here” is how Gov. Murphy explained it before going into details on what new restrictions will be put in place to help curve the increase in cases.

As of November 12th;

  • No indoor dining between 10:00 PM – 5:00 AM at restaurants, bars, clubs, and lounges

  • Outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery services may continue past 10:00 Postmates

  • Casinos must stop serving food/drinks at 10:00 Postmates

  • All barside seating will be prohibited

  • Restaurants may place tables closer than 6 feet ONLY if separated by barriers

  • Individual fully-enclosed dining bubbles may be set-up for outside use

  • ALL interstate games and tournaments for indoor youth sports – up to and including high school – are prohibited.

While most of these restrictions are only towards restaurants and bars, Murphy indicated that things will not go into a shutdown like they did in the spring.

Tune back later for more details.

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