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Dining, Shopping, Mall And More

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Recovering from the coronavirus shutdown has been a slow process, Livingston. But there’s good news: the “new normal” is getting closer.

Livingston’s restaurants, stores, businesses and other cultural institutions continue to reawaken from the COVID-19 shutdown that threw a devastating monkey wrench into New Jersey’s economy.

A new wave of adjustments will come when indoor portions of retail shopping malls across the state will be allowed to reopen for customers on Monday, June 29. (See more information about reopening at the Livingston Mall below)

Meanwhile, the state’s restaurants will get the go-ahead to reopen for limited dining indoors on Thursday, July 2. In addition, several entertainment venues and industries will be allowed to reopen at 25 percent capacity on July 2, including museums, bowling alleys and arcades.

Read More: Gov. Murphy: ‘Hard Dates’ In NJ Coronavirus Reopening Blueprint

See the township’s COVID-19 information page here. See resources,

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Newark COVID Reopen Updates: Dining, Shopping And More

NEWARK, NJ — Recovering from the coronavirus shutdown has been a slow process, Newark. But there’s good news: the “new normal” is getting closer.

Newark’s restaurants, stores, businesses and other cultural institutions continue to reawaken from the COVID-19 shutdown that threw a devastating monkey wrench into New Jersey’s economy.

A new wave of adjustments will come when restaurants get the go-ahead to reopen for limited dining indoors on Thursday, July 2.

In addition, several entertainment venues and industries will be allowed to reopen at 25 percent capacity on July 2, including museums, bowling alleys and arcades.

Read More: Gov. Murphy: ‘Hard Dates’ In NJ Coronavirus Reopening Blueprint

In Newark, businesses and local attractions are being graded by color – green, yellow and red – according to their risk levels. See the city’s full reopening plan here.

Catch up on the latest updates in Newark below.

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New Jersey restaurants and

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Fireworks Postponed, Outdoor Dining On

LACEY, NJ — There’s a lot of news to keep up with right now — locally, nationally and worldwide. Here’s a recap of coronavirus updates in Lacey.

Cases

The Ocean County Health Department has reported 245 coronavirus cases and 11 deaths in Lacey as of Monday afternoon. That’s 26 more cases and one more death since Patch’s last Lacey update June 5.

State officials have reported 12 cases among residents and five cases among staff at Spring Oak Assisted Living at Forked River. Officials have reported no deaths from the facility.

The OCHD reported 19 new cases in the county Sunday, bringing the area to 9,395 cases and 850 deaths.

Testing

Urgent Care Now in Lanoka Harbor has coronavirus testing available for all Lacey Township residents. Patients must show a driver’s license or government-issued ID showing a Lacey address. MORE.

Hackensack Meridian Urgent Care in Forked River can test whether

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Senior Graduation, Outdoor Dining Slated

BERKELEY, NJ — There’s a lot of news to keep up with right now — locally, nationally and worldwide. Here’s a recap of coronavirus updates in Berkeley.

Cases

The Ocean County Health Department has reported 671 coronavirus cases in Berkeley as of Friday morning — an increase of 25 since Berkeley Patch’s last update June 5. The OCHD has reported one more death in the last week in Berkeley, bringing the death toll to 87 people.

The health department counted 43 new cases Thursday, bringing Ocean County to 9,091 cases and 803 deaths.

(Ocean County Health Department)
(Ocean County Health Department)

The State has reported the following in Berkeley longterm-care facilities as of Friday:

  • Crystal Lake Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center: 73 cases and 25 deaths among residents, 49 cases among staff

  • Tallwoods Care Center: 21 cases and two deaths among residents, 10 cases among staff

Testing

Urgent Care Now in Lanoka Harbor and Toms

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