New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is not establishing a curfew in New Jersey during the coronavirus scare. However, Murphy is strongly discouraging non-essential travel for the public, especially after the hours of 8:00pm and before 5:00am.
There are now 178 coronavirus cases in the Garden State. Governor Murphy announced during a press conference this afternoon that there are 80 new positive cases in New Jersey. Schools will be closed for two weeks; Murphy says that closure is very likely to last much longer.
Banks around the Garden State are beginning to bleed out their policies regarding the coronavirus. Ocean First Bank has announced that lobby service ends at the close of business on Monday. Some other banks that do not have drive throughs are beginning to announce closures.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced on Twitter that all pre-k through 12 schools in the State are ordered to be closed on Wednesday. Cape May County schools are closing Tuesday. The Governor’s order remains in effect until it is rescinded.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy went to social media late Monday morning to announce that all non-essential and non-emergency travel in New Jersey is strongly discouraged between 8pm and 5am. Murphy says essential businesses including supermarkets, pharmacies, medical offices, and gasoline stations may remain open past 8pm, while bars and restaurants offering take out during…
NJ.com reports that bars, restaurants, casinos, movie theaters, and gyms are ordered closed in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut Monday at 8:00pm. However, restaurants and bars will be allowed to stay open and offer take out, and supermarkets, pharmacies, and other retail is not expected to be affected. Governor Phil Murphy says he wants…
All casinos, gyms, and movie theaters in New Jersey are closing Monday at 8:00pm until further notice. This closure is also in effect in both New York and Connecticut.
Bergen County has reported more cases of coronavirus. NJ.com reports that the Bergen County report Monday morning pushes the total confirmed cases to 112 in New Jersey. 17 communities in Bergen County have reported cases of coronavirus.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has closed all of its offices and inspection stations for two weeks, effective immediately. All drivers licenses, non driver identifications, vehicle registrations, and inspection stickers expiring before May 31st have now been extended by two months.
State employees will be allowed to work from home starting on Wednesday. Governor Phil Murphy says all departments in State government will be required to have a work from home plan by Wednesday. Employees will not be mandated to work from home, at least not yet.