Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order No. 194 on Tuesday (November 10), which includes new COVID-19 mitigation measures.
The measures include restrictions on seating and hours for restaurants, bars, clubs, and lounges, and prohibition of interstate indoor K-12 and youth sports.
“As cases of COVID-19 increase across the country and in our state, we must take all measures necessary to stop the spread,” said Governor Murphy.“In the interest of public health, we are requiring modifications in operations for businesses that serve food and drinks, and temporarily prohibiting interstate games and tournaments for indoor K-12 sports. We must come together as a state to once again beat back this deadly virus and to save lives.”
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EFFECTIVE TODAY:— New Jersey (@NJGov) November 12, 2020
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