Coronavirus Lockdown: What’s open and what’s closed in New Jersey

See the list below.  

Wondering what’s still open in NJ?

????Grocery stores
????Pharmacies
????Medical marijuana dispensaries
????Medical supply stores
⛽Gas stations
????Convenience stores
????Ancillary stores within healthcare facilities
????Hardware stores
????Banks
????️Restaurants for take-out and delivery ONLY
????Laundromats & dry-cleaning services
????Stores that principally sell supplies for children under five years
????Pet stores
????Liquor stores
????Car dealerships – only for auto maintenance and repair, and auto mechanics
????️Printing and office supply shops
????Mail and delivery stores

And here’s what’s closed:

????Schools
????Libraries
????Hair and nail salons
????Gyms and fitness studios
✒️Tattoo parlors
????Barber shops
????‍♀️Spas
????Public gatherings
????️Retail shopping malls
????️Movie theaters
????Places of public amusement, like zoos and bowling alleys

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Goldy- parks and the boardwalk are both open (none of the shops), and you are encouraged to spend time outside as long as you’re keeping 6 feet apart.

    I wouldn’t use any playground equipment, but a walk around the track is a great way to get rid of energy.

  2. You can and should go for a walk,but don’t touch hand rails or benches. Belmar warned people that those touch surfaces aren’t being cleaned and they could be contaminated.

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