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Saturday, May 18, 2024


In-home Personal Care Services Can Resume, NJ Decrees

Gov. Murphy

By Press Release

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TRENTON – Gov. Phil Murphy and State Police Superintendent Col. Pat Callahan June 1 announced Administrative Order 2021-2, rescinding Administrative Order 2020-10, which had prohibited the provision of in-home personal care services during the Covid public health emergency. 
According to a release, the Division of Consumer Affairs also recently issued an administrative order to clarify that in-home massage and bodywork services that were permissible before the pandemic can resume, in addition to relaxing other requirements for businesses that provide personal care services. 
The order takes effect immediately.
A copy of the administrative order can be found here

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