Gov. Phil Murphy has not yet provided a timeline for when he’ll further reopen New Jersey from near-lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic, but he gave a window Wednesday night into what might come next.
That, he said, includes guidance for beaches, nonessential construction resuming, and some businesses offering curbside pickup and delivery.
“We’ll continue, as the curves come down and we lay out what the testing and contact tracing look like — you can expect that over the next week or so — we’ll continue to take other what I call baby steps,” Murphy said during his “Ask the Governor” televis…
Posted: May 7th, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: COVID-19, New Jersey | Tags: COVID-19, New Jersey | Comments Off on Beaches, construction sites, curbside businesses may be next to reopen, Murphy says
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