Just a few updates from the State of NJ and Beach Haven Borough
Per Governor Murphy’s executive order:
Recreational and Entertainment businesses can open, which include libraries, museums, aquariums, and public and private social clubs. These businesses must limit the capacity of their indoor premises to 25 percent, and are held to many of the same requirements that are imposed on retail businesses
Playgrounds are also permitted to open on July 2
Gyms and fitness centers are permitted to offer individualized indoor instruction by appointment only
However, gyms and fitness centers, movie theaters, performing arts centers, other concert venues, and indoor amusement and water parks, must keep their indoor spaces closed
Indoor dining was unfortunately rescinded indefinitely in Executive Order 158
Beach Haven Mayor Nancy Taggart Davis and Emergency Coordinator William Tromm signed an emergency Executive Order 2020-10 on Wednesday, July 1 with the following highlights:
Youths under age 18 now have a 10 p.m. curfew. The youth have not been keeping social distancing in Beach Haven and the Chief of Police recommended this change. Beach Haven draws many youngsters in the evenings especially in the Bay Village area. The Police Departmant reports that the congregating of these teens has been a problem. The curfew does not apply if the teen is with a parent or guardian after 10 p.m.
The order charges restaurants and bars to more strictly enforce social distancing for patrons and maintain already established routines that have been in place.
The entire executive order can be read below.
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