WILDWOOD, N.J. - Short-term rentals, hotels, and motels will all resume operations in Wildwood and North Wildwood on Tuesday.
The reopening comes with new social distance guidelines in place, including a limit that will keep properties at 60 percent capacity.
Properties will also be required to increase sanitizing and cleaning protocols, and allow for later check-in times.
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The ban on such businesses in Wildwood Crest will remain in place until Monday, June 1.
Boardwalk restaurants and shops are open for walk-up orders only. Attractions like arcades and amusement parks remain closed.
Officials are asking visitors to follow social distancing guidelines while enjoying the beach, such as maintaining six-feet apart from other people. Face masks are not mandated, but last week, Murphy launched a social media campaign called "Mask Up" to stress the importance of face coverings.
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