The president said to Gov. Phil Murphy and a conference call of his counterparts on Monday that "my message is: if you need something, say something, and we are going to have your back any way we can."
After being in place to some degree for more than a year, indoor capacity limits were lifted across New Jersey effective May 19, although at the time, businesses were asked to still keep social distancing measures intact.
Let me just preface this article by saying…as a motorist, a cyclist, and at one time a moped owner, I understand the rationale of being courteous to others on the road and trying and practice a high level of etiquette. Unfortunately, I think it is safe to say everyone has experienced a time when someone who shares the road by other means of transportation, has not extended the same amount of courtesy.
On Monday, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced the state's change in policy when it comes to students having to wear masks in school. Students, faculty, and employees will not be required to wear masks during the upcoming school year unless the individual districts apply their own rules or the Centers for Disease Control revises its current position.