NJ Indoor Shopping Malls Reopen

New Jersey’s indoor shopping malls reopened today from their COVID-19 pause.
Gov. Phil Murphy set the date earlier this month after he shuttered many sectors of the state’s economy because of the outbreak. Their reopening comes as the state progresses through Stage 2, of three, of restarting. So far, indoor retail has reopened, along with salons, barber shops and massage parlors. Later this week, casinos and indoor dining at restaurants are set to open Thursday at 25% capacity. Also opening Thursday are amusement and water parks, playgrounds, museums, aquariums and libraries.