Father's Day celebrations may not be what we're used to this year, but South Jersey residents will, as per usual, make the best of it.

Since we're still confined to the outdoors in terms of activities and now restaurant seating, going out to dinner with all the fathers in your life most likely won't happen if you usually go out with a big group of people. Social distancing mandates are still in place and restaurants can only offer outdoor seating at the moment, so their capabilities to accompany super large parties aren't there at the present.

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According to a new survey conducted by RetailMeNot.com, almost 70% of those who participated said that due to the coronavirus, they won't be spending Father's Day with dad. So, we asked you, South Jersey resident, a question:

The response was based in common sense. Most plan to spend the holiday at home with a backyard barbecue or nice dinner without a huge bunch of people. According to Governor Murphy, though, you CAN have a gathering of 25 people at your house if you can ensure proper social distancing measures remain in tact.

Whatever you decide to do for the holiday, hope it's a great one for all South Jersey dads.

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