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Murphy wants crackdown on bars — the riskiest places in pandemic
Gov. Phil Murphy is urging local authorities to crack down and take a zero-tolerance approach to bars and restaurants that disregard pandemic regulations.
Gov. Murphy defends decision to suspend plan for indoor dining
He says spikes in other states and knucklehead behavior at some restaurants here are warning signs of trouble, even though COVID-19 infection rates keep dropping.
You're allowed to visit hospital patients — NJ's new rules
The state Department of Health on Tuesday issued guidelines that will allow hospital visits to resume.
Visitors from 16 states now have to quarantine in NJ
The state Department of Health has doubled the number of states where people visiting or returning from will have to self-quarantine for 14 days.
'Insult to injury' for NJ restaurants that planned to open July 2
The state restaurant association says restaurants can't afford to put off openings they spent big money getting ready for.
No indoor dining July 2 — Murphy says it's too dangerous
News comes as other states grapple with rising case numbers.
No, Murphy wasn't 'caught' eating inside restaurant, manager says
Martell's Waters Edge has a large covered tiki deck for dining and a bar, but no indoor area was open to customers this weekend, the manager says
Ocean County Mall Re-Opens Monday with new safety protocols
The Ocean County Mall located in Toms River has been developing their own safety plan to make sure staff at all the stores and customers walking around are safe and can stay healthy.
For many workers, COVID-19 has been a time of reflection
For most employees surveyed by Robert Half, the COVID-19 pandemic has been at time of reflection and reassessing their career priorities.
Stronger than the SARS-CoV-2? Tourism industry seeks NJ ad blitz
Travel and tourism industries say New Jersey should spend as much as $75 million from its federal COVID-19 funds on ad campaigns urging visits to the state.
New rules for indoor dining, returning to NJ on July 2
Eateries in New Jersey can begin to serve patrons indoors starting Thursday, July 2.