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On June 4th, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 151 extending the public health emergency in NJ for another 30 days.
Businesses, social gatherings, recreational and other activities specified in the original public health emergency order continue to be prohibited unless they are specifically permitted by subsequent executive orders.
Executive Order No. 151
New Jersey ended maximum restrictions and moved to Stage One on May 18, 2020. As part of the Governor’s restart and recovery plan, New Jersey will enter Stage Two on June 15, 2020. A summary of the Governor’s plan is available below:
Governor Murphy’s multi-stage approach to restarting New Jersey’s Economy
Governor Murphy’s Six Key Principals to the Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health
Stage Two will include phased-in businesses and activities, with capacity limitations and adherence to safeguarding and modification guidelines, including:
In the period to follow, New Jersey will work toward the gradual opening of personal care, gyms, and health clubs, at reduced capacities as the stage progresses.
All of these activities will be allowed pursuant to strict health and safety guidelines that will be issued in the coming days. Precautions that apply across all stages of recovery include:
New Jersey will move toward subsequent stages based on data that demonstrates improvements in public health and the capacity to safeguard the public, including:
If public health indicators, safeguarding, or compliance worsen on a sustained basis, New Jersey will be prepared to move back to more restrictive stages.
The complete library of Governor Murphy’s Executive Orders is available through the link below:
Governor Murphy’s Executive Orders