Wednesday, February 21, 2024


Stay-at-Home Orders Are Over, Murphy Says

Gov. Phil Murphy 

By Eric Conklin

TRENTON – New Jerseyans may have received some relief that they’ve anticipated.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced June 9 that he is signing an executive order lifting the state’s stay-at-home orders, which began in March to fight the coronavirus’s spread.
Additionally, the governor announced the signing of an executive order raising the capacity on both indoor and outdoor gatherings. According to a tweet from the governor, the order permits indoor gatherings “at whichever number is lower – 25% of a building’s capacity or 50 people,” and caps outdoor gatherings at 100 people. The order also allows for larger indoor religious services and allows pools to reopen beginning June 22.

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