N.J. to drop 6-foot distancing rule for restaurants, businesses, other venues. Indoor gathering limits to be lifted.

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New Jersey restaurants, retail stores, gyms, churches, and other businesses will no longer be be required to keep 6 feet of social distance between patrons or groups to protect against the coronavirus starting Friday — the same day the state will stop requiring people to wear masks at indoor public places in most circumstances, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday. Under Murphy’s new executive order, dance floors at bars and restaurants in the state can also reopen Friday, while patrons are no longer required to stay in seats while ordering and eating or drinking. Plus, the state will end all ind…

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