EXECUTIVE ORDER: What is banned in New Jersey and what is not during this health crisis

If you, like many others, have been confused as to what is allowed and not allowed during this shutdown in New Jersey, you want to read this executive order issued by Governor Murphy.

Keep in mind, this State-issued order can be further regulated locally, and can change at any given time as circumstances continue to change at a fast pace.

We will continue to bring you the newest information as it develops.

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There are 12 Comments to "EXECUTIVE ORDER: What is banned in New Jersey and what is not during this health crisis"

  • Jimmy says:

    I can’t get past the first “Whereas” without zoning out.

  • um.... says:

    Someone please explain why oh why are daycares still OPEN??!

    • shimmy says:

      Because the gedolim have said that learning should continue in yeshiva and the government has not banned that medium at this time.

      • justme says:

        are Daycares learning torah? Last I checked, colors and shapes aren’t exactly under that catagory.
        Daycares are open because we are living in the bubble of denial.Once this hits home a bit harder, you can be sure they will all close.

    • Lakewood Mom says:

      Many reputable day care centers have closed. Many parents started keeping the kids home before they closed.

    • me says:

      Because its not dangerous for children. Any parent who is nervous can keep their kid home. (The virus cant travel through your locked door)
      There’s no reason that you should care if others send their healthy children to daycare unless you are a teacher & would rather clean for Pesach (while collecting a check from parents who are forced to take off to watch their kids)

  • yottle says:

    According to a leading local doctor and the esteemed Dr. Paul Offit, this panic is unwarranted, and indeed according to the NJ Constitution “people have the right freely to assemble together” (Article 1-18).
    As Ben Franklin famously said, “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

  • Makilim says:

    Play groups are open because life has to go on. The government allows it. So no need to go over and beyond. Everybody should take a deep breath and calm down.

  • ChayaZ says:

    If this crazynist continues Richard Roberts might have to cancel his pesach carnival

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