Report: Murphy to relax indoor dining restrictions in time for Super Bowl

New Jersey Governor Phil MurphyÕs daily press briefing at the the War Memorial in Trenton, NJ on April 24, 2020, regarding updates on the corona virus.

Governor Phil Murphy will announce that he is lifting restrictions on indoor dining from 25% capacity to 35% and that he will lift the 10 pm curfew on the establishments, according to a report at NorthJersey.com

Municipal officials with political death wishes will be allowed to impose their own curfews.

The Governor will announce his new Executive Order this morning at his 11 am coronavirus briefing and will be effective on Friday, February 6.

Murphy’s action comes two days after Senators Declan O’Scanlon and Anthony Bucco called upon the Governor to allow bars and restaurants to stay open beyond 10 pm for the Super Bowl this Sunday.

Posted: February 3rd, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: COVID-19, New Jersey, Phil Murphy | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Report: Murphy to relax indoor dining restrictions in time for Super Bowl”

  1. Whatta guy. said at 10:14 am on February 3rd, 2021:

    Of course, the obvious next question is, if ok for one day, and people CHOOSE to go, why not keep it, and give the businesses a chance to begin to recover?

  2. The Inside Airbather said at 9:58 am on February 5th, 2021:

    But what I wanna kno is about mask requirements on federal property. N I wanna kno before beach weather like will I have to weat a mask when I go to gunnison? It would make tan lines on my face n i hate tan lines.

  3. Jose Freiwald said at 9:10 am on February 9th, 2021:

    Good question Lisa. I myself have wondered that. I didn’t frequent Gunnison at all last year, trying to get back in the fold this summer, lost a few pounds and not looking bad!