Indoor recreation is coming back to New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced museums, aquariums, shooting ranges, libraries and arcades, among other things, would reopen on Thursday, July 2.
Those businesses will be able to operate at 25% capacity, and both employees and patrons must wear cloth face coverings.
Movie theaters, performing arts centers, night clubs and concert venues will remain closed, as will gyms, though individual training sessions made by appointment will be allowed.