NJ Gov Murphy Loosens Indoor Dining Rules

While Covid-19 is still raging in much of the country, some of the restrictions that have been in place since March are starting to get a bit loosened.

NJ Gov Murphy Loosens Indoor Dining Rules

NJ Gov Murphy Loosens Indoor Dining Rules

During a press conference earlier today, New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy made the announcement that he is going to start rolling back some dining restrictions.

Murphy announced that he would be signing an executive order that would increase the indoor capacities of restaurants and venues from 25% to 35%. On top of this he will also be lifting the statewide curfew of 10 p.m.

The reasoning on these new rules is that he feels the trend in the hospitals and our rate of transmission has been moving downward.

The main reasons for these restrictions in the bringing was to not overload the hospitals. Now with the cases moving down he feels that it’s safe enough to loosen up the rules without there being too much of a risk.

These will all take effect starting on Friday February 5th.

Tune back later for more details.

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