Governor Murphy Announces Additions to Essential Retail Businesses Permitted to Operate

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Governor Murphy Announces Additions to Essential Retail Businesses Permitted to Operate

Clarifies Municipal Discretion for Beaches, Boardwalks

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan today announced an Administrative Order, permitting additional retail businesses to operate during their normal business hours. Effective immediately, the following businesses are considered essential in accordance with Executive Order No. 107:

Mobile phone retail and repair shops;
Bicycle shops, but only to provide service and repair;
Livestock feed stores;
Nurseries and garden centers;
Farming equipment stores.

Businesses that remain operational must comply with social distancing.

“While we understand that this an unprecedented time for our state, I thank each and every New Jerseyan for using their common sense and staying home as much as possible,” said Governor Murphy.

The Administrative Order also clarifies that municipalities may impose additional restrictions on beaches and boardwalks.

A copy of the Administrative Order can be found here.
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