Gov. Murphy's First Steps to Opening NJ's Economy

Gov. Murphy's First Steps to Opening NJ's Economy
Today Governor Murphy announced the first positive steps towards reopening New Jersey’s economy.
 
  1. Restrictions on non-essential construction will be lifted beginning on Monday May 18, 2020 at 6 a.m., provided that social distancing and mitigation protocols are followed. This will allow construction prohibited by Executive Order 122 to resume.
  2. Retail businesses that were deemed non-essential also will benefit by the relaxing of the restrictions imposed by Executive Order 107, by being allowed to provide curbside pick-up (both by vehicle and foot traffic) beginning on Monday May 18, 2020 at 6 a.m. 
  3. Our cars also will benefit by the Governor’s announcement. Vehicle gatherings will also be allowed effective immediately, subject to social distancing. This will allow drive-in and drive-through services such as movie theaters, farms and church services to resume.
 
We will provide you with additional business opening information as it becomes available.
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