N.J. to drop most COVID restrictions May 19. Restaurant, indoor capacity limits eliminated, but social distancing rules remain.

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New Jersey will join New York and Connecticut in eliminating many of its biggest coronavirus restrictions on May 19, including capacity limits at restaurants and outdoor gathering caps — though indoor mask and social distancing rules will remain, the state’s governors announced Monday morning. Restaurants, gyms, personal services, movie theaters, stores, museums and amusement parks will be allowed operate without set capacity limits for the first time in more than a year, though people will still need to wear masks indoors and groups will need to be separated by six feet, Gov. Phil Murphy said…

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