Governor Phil Murphy says New Jersey is not yet ready to open more non-essential businesses and let people inside.  Murphy said Wednesday “it’s a hard nut to crack” and the state is “not there yet”.  On Thursday, Murphy ma...

MURPHY: NO PLAN YET TO LET MORE PEOPLE INTO NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES

Governor Phil Murphy says New Jersey is not yet ready to open more non-essential businesses and let people inside.  Murphy said Wednesday “it’s a hard nut to crack” and the state is “not there yet”.  On Thursday, Murphy may provide some guidance on public pools, and could allow campgrounds to accept transient guests.

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