CORONAVIRUS IN NJ: Indoor shopping malls can reopen June 29; stores limited to 50% capacity, masks required

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By 1010 WINS

TRENTON (1010 WINS) – Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday that indoor shopping malls, which have been closed since mid-March, can reopen in New Jersey on Monday, June 29.

“After weeks of discussions with mall operators statewide, I am pleased to announce that Col. (Patrick) Callahan will be issuing an administrate order later today to allow the indoor potions of retail shopping malls to reopen,” Murphy said at his briefing.