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Col. Pat Callahan, Superintendent of the NJ State Police during Governor Phil MurphyÕs daily press conference discussing COVID19 at the War Memorial in Trenton, NJ on June 5, 2020.

Libraries to offer curbside pickup

Guidance issued for personal care businesses

By Nikita Biryukov, June 12 2020 2:50 pm

State Police Superintendent Col. Pat Callahan will issue an order clearing New Jersey’s libraries to operate via curbside pickup Friday.

Gov. Phil Murphy also announced a series of restrictions on personal grooming businesses due to open on June 22nd.

Everyone inside one of those stores — barbershops, massage parlors, nail salons, tattoo parlors and the like — will have to wear masks at all times, and if any services require a customer to remove their mask, employees must also don a face shield, goggles or similar protective measure.

Additionally, those businesses will operate by appointment only, and both customers and staff must have their temperatures taken before entering the premises.

No guidance was issued for outdoor sports Friday, though Murphy said that guidance would likely come sometime this weekend. Outdoor sports will be allowed to resume on June 22, though contact sports won’t return to the state until a later date.

The Department of Education on Friday released guidance allowing indoor summer school and extended school year programs that goes into effect on July 6.

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