Plus the date of the delayed Primary Election, and news on more small business grants
- New Jersey’s stay-at-home order is lifted.
- Indoor social or religious gatherings are permitted at up to 25% of building capacity or 50 people (whichever is lower).
- Outdoor social gatherings are permitted at up to 100 people (with no cap for 1st Amendment-protected activities, such as protests or outdoor religious services)
- All outdoor recreational/entertainment businesses (excepting amusement parks, water parks, and arcades) can reopen
- Childcare centers and other childcare facilities can reopen in accordance with NJ DCF guidelines.
- Restaurants and establishments with liquor licenses can serve customers in outdoor dining facilities.
- Non-essential retail businesses can open at 50 percent capacity.
- The Motor Vehicle Commission will begin processing and validating permits from driving schools and high schools at designated Licensing Centers.
- The Motor Vehicle Commission will begin processing registration and title work from dealers at designated Vehicle Centers.
- Non-contact outdoor sporting activities can resume.
- Hair salons, nail salons, and barbershops can re-open.
- Community pools can reopen.
- The limit on outdoor non-protest, non-religious gatherings increases to 250 people.
- The MVC will resume road tests and the issuing of new lienses and permits
- The MVC will begin processing new licenses and permits, out-of-state transfers, and REAL ID for those whose appointments were cancelled at designated Licensing Centers
- The MVC will begin adding individual registration and title transactionsat designated Vehicle Centers.
- The limit on outdoor non-protest, non-religious gatherings increases to 500 people. Schools planning graduations should prepare for a 500-person limit by July 6.
Youth summer camps can open.