Indoor Dining Postponed Indefinitely in New Jersey

Governor Murphy served up a tweetstorm of information regarding the current status of dining in New Jersey (View Tweet).

With spiking of COVID-19 cases around the country, he has decided to hold back on the opening of indoor dining that was supposed to begin this Thursday, July, 2nd.

He also mentioned overcrowding since outdoor dining restrictions were lifted – particularly the lack of social distancing and people not using face masks. Apparently his team has been looking at news coverage and social media at restaurants over the last few weeks.

While he shared that many places have been working hard to follow the rules, the state can not tolerate people who don’t and possibly ruin it for everyone else.


In that regard he shared, “Compliance isn’t a polite suggestion. It is required.”


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