Governor Murphy Cancels Plans To Allow Indoor Dining This Week
Well, yet another snag in NJ's road to reopening.
Governor Phil Murphy was previously planning to allow indoor dining to resume this week as long as social distancing mandates were adhered to by employees and patrons, however now that's not going to happen.
The governor shared to his social media platforms Monday morning that after observing the spikes from other states after they reopened, he decided it's best to pump the breaks on allowing patrons to enjoy indoor dining at restaurant establishments for now. So, no indoor dining will be allowed this week.
Here's what he posted to his Facebook page:
What does that mean for the future of NJ mom-and-pop restaurants? Only time will tell at this point.