aquariums reopen

If you’re ready to head out now that things are reopening, there are some more options for you. Governor Murphy announced today that starting on Thursday, July 2, libraries, museums and aquariums can reopen. Indoor recreation spots, including batting cages, bowling alleys and boardwalk arcades will be able to open on that date as well. 

When these indoor recreations venues reopen, face masks and coverings will be required for staff and customers/visitors. Similar to the rules around casinos and indoor dining released on Monday, these aquariums, museums and libraries will only be able to open at 25 percent capacity. 

Indoor movie theaters, concert and sports venues, nightclubs and gyms will remain closed until further notice. Gyms and fitness centers will be allowed on July 2 to resume personal training by appointment only. 

Murphy also announced today that NJ Transit rail and light rail service will return to full weekday schedules on Monday, July 6th. And that visitors coming from high-risk states, or NJ residents who have returned from those states, will be subject to a 14-day self quarantine.

As of today, there are 169,892 cases in New Jersey, with 317 new cases reported yesterday. The daily positivity rate is up to 2.83%, and the rate of transmission is .86. A total of 12,995 New Jersey residents have died from COVID-19. 



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