UPDATED: 4:30 p.m.
The governor said casinos may open their floors to 25% capacity, and indoor dining may resume, also at 25% capacity. He said more safety guidelines will be released in the next few days.
Lamberti said she's awaiting full guidance from the state, but even at limited capacity, she's eager to have customers indoors again.
Lamberti said employees were furloughed when the restrictions were first imposed. But with indoor dining resuming, she's hopeful most if not all workers can be hired back.
Atlantic City's nine casinos have been waiting for a reopening date for weeks, even as casinos in other states reopened.
Many of the casinos have been planning on their own for a reopening, and have adopted measures, including increased hand sanitizers and social distancing, to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Outdoor gatherings can also increase from 100 to 250 people, effective immediately. There is still no limit for outdoor religious or political activities. Indoor gatherings cannot exceed 100 people.
Murphy said these are the first of a number of reopening announcements coming later this week.