New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced another slate of business will be allowed to reopen on July 2.
Museums, aquariums and indoor recreation facilities will be able to reopen at 25% capacity, along with casinos. Indoor bowling alleys, batting cages, shooting ranges, and boardwalk arcades will also be allowed to reopen.
It does not include indoor entertainment venues including movie theaters, indoor venues, and night clubs. Gyms and fitness centers will remain closed but individualized fitness appointments are available.
Libraries will also be able to reopen at 25% of capacity.
Businesses will be required to implement heightened sanitary procedures and measures. Face coverings and masks will also be required.