New Jersey delays resuming indoor dining at restaurants as coronavirus cases grow in other states


New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (D) speaks at the Coronavirus press briefing in Trenton.

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New Jersey restaurants won’t be allowed to resume indoor dining on Thursday as originally planned due to a growing number of coronavirus cases in other states, Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday. 

“Today we must hit pause on the resumption of indoor dining, which was also to resume this coming Thursday. Under our revised plan indoor dining will now be set to resume at a later date to be determine,” Murphy said at a press briefing. “It brings me no joy to do this, but we have no choice.” 

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