• On December 14, the Governor announced he had no plans of eliminating indoor dining in New Jersey. Previously, restaurants, bars, and other food establishments were ordered to stop offering indoor service between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. (outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery are OK) and must limit capacity to 25 percent. Seating at bar areas is prohibited, and restaurants can place tables closer than 6 feet apart if a physical barrier is in place.
  • On November 30, towns and counties have the discretion to close bars, restaurants, and other businesses by 8 p.m. under an executive order.
  • On July 8, the governor said he would sign an executive order that requires face coverings in outdoor public spaces when physical distancing is not possible.