COVID-19: NJ is No Longer Permitting Indoor Dining later this Week

Earlier today, 6-29-20, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that indoor dining will NO LONGER be permitted later this week as part of NJ’s Reopening Plan. Initially, indoor dining was supposed to be able to resume this week on Thursday, in time for the Fourth of July weekend. Given the rising number of cases in other States and the crowds expected this weekend for the 4th of July, the Governor has opted to slow down the reopening of indoor dining.

No new date for a resumption of indoor dining was given.

Sourcesin Trenton have indicated that the Governor still will allow casinos to open July 2 — but that they would not be allowed to serve food or alcohol indoors.

Duane Morris has created a COVID-19 Strategy Team to help organizations plan, respond to and address this fast-moving situation. Contact your Duane Morris attorney for more information. Prior Alerts on the topic are available on the team’s webpage.

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