New Jersey will shut all indoor buying malls, amusement parks and amusement facilities throughout the state at eight p.m. ET Tuesday.
They will stay closed “until the current emergency ends,” Gov. Phil Murphy stated.
Restaurants situated contained in the mall with their very own unbiased entrances fall below the identical rules introduced yesterday, which enable takeout providers solely.
Outside of indoor malls, different companies particularly ordered to close down, or the eating places and bars which have to stick to takeout insurance policies, “all other non-essential retail, recreational, and entertainment businesses may remain open until 8 p.m. if they abide by our social distancing guidelines,” he stated.
“The steps we’re taking may lead to short-term pain for 9 million of us living a different sort of lifestyle, it is for good reason.”