NEW YORK (77 WABC) — New Jersey is moving to Stage 2 of the restart Monday. Also resuming Monday, Governor Phil Murphy said libraries can open for curbside pickup.
The state’s department of education is releasing guidance allowing school districts to conduct in-person summer educational programs that include extending the extending the school year– beginning July 6.
The governor said Monday they will announce details for permitting the resumption of organized sports.
But Murphy said: “We still have to be careful – that’s why we’re not throwing the doors of our state all the way open on Monday.”
Outdoor dining and limited in-person retail will open Monday. However, those wanting a haircut will have to wait another week before those shops are back in business. Other personal care businesses opening June 22, include massage and tattoo parlors, and day and medical spas.