N.J. could reopen outdoor dining, shopping inside nonessential stores within ‘a matter of weeks,’ Murphy says

New Jersey restaurants could be able to serve diners outdoors and nonessential businesses could let shoppers in stores within “a matter of weeks” as the state continues to scale back near-lockdown restrictions from the coronaviruspandemic, Gov. Phil Murphysaid Tuesday.The likelihood of lifting more restrictions in the near term depends on whether the downward trends of new cases and hospitalizations continues, he said during a Facebook live event with Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss.“Tony, I would expect the following, and I don’t know when this is so don’t hold me to a date, I would expect, theref…

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