Corona Virus Update: Status on New Jersey Recreational Activities and Businesses
Your Guide to The Latest Information On Corona virus (COVID-19) Closings of New Jersey Entertainment, Public Gatherings, and Events
In response to this unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic crisis, and as it relates to all New Jersey Leisure activities and entertainment events, the following information is provided:
Our viewers are advised to check in with each of the restaurants, entertainment venues, event sponsors, and other non-essential businesses that are listed in our webpages, to ensure that they are open, and have not closed or cancelled.
Updated May 25, 2021:
The State of New Jersey has revised Covid-19 restrictions
that affect public and private recreational businesses:
Beginning Friday, May 28, 2021, New Jersey will no longer require restaurants, retail stores, gyms, churches, and other businesses to keep 6 feet of social distance between patrons or groups.
Also, the same day, the state will stop mandating that people wear masks at most indoor public places. Dance floors at bars and restaurants can reopen, and patrons will not be required to stay in seats while ordering and eating or drinking.
Beginning June 4, 2021,
New Jersey will then end all indoor gathering limits. All this effectively means most New Jersey businesses will soon be stripped of remaining capacity limits that were put in effect more than a year ago to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
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