Indoor dining at restaurants can resume on July 2 at 25% capacity, so says NJ Gov. Phil Murphy.
Atlantic City casinos, closed since March 16, may reopen on July 2, operating at 25% capacity.
Borgata will take it slower, re-opening on July 6.
Waterparks, boardwalk rides and amusement parks can reopen on July 2. Park capacity will be kept at 50%. Face masks will be required. Rides to be frequently sanitized.
Playgrounds can reopen July 2.
Outdoor gatherings can now be up to 250 persons.
Outdoor religious services and political activities / protests have no attendance limits.
Effective immediately, indoor gatherings are limited to 25% capacity of the rooms in which they will take place, with maximum of 100 persons.
- On July 2, museums, aquariums, bowling alleys, shooting ranges, arcades and indoor recreation can reopen at 25 % of capacity.
- On July 2, libraries can reopen.
- On July 2, gym and fitness centers can open only for individualized training, and by appointment, involving one person and/or your family.
Movie theaters, concert venues, performing arts centers and night clubs will remain closed, says Gov Phil Murphy.