In a continued attempt slow the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Phil Murphy has ordered additional restrictions for supermarkets and grocery stores in New Jersey.
Supermarkets are now required to limit the number of customers allowed inside stores at any one time to a maximum of 50% of capacity. Also, all staff and customers must now wear face coverings. (An exception is permitted in cases where a medical condition inhibits the use of face covering.)
In addition, supermarkets are encouraged to establish hours of operation that permit access solely to high-risk individuals.