New Jersey Malls Can Open June 29th. Food Court Seating Remains Closed. Theaters and Arcades Remain Closed

Today New Jersey Governor Murphy gave the ok for malls to open on June 29th.   Stores must stay below 50% occupancy.  Foodcourts can open, but seating areas must remain closed.

Additionally he says that theaters and arcades are still closed.

This mall decision follows the decision to allow stores with outside entrances to open on June 15th.  In our area that meant the Gloucester Premium Outlets could open, but 2 miles away the Deptford Mall interior stores remained closed.

This upcoming Monday, several personal care business can open, such as barbers, salons and tattoo shops. More on that later.