NJ non-essential businesses open for curbside pickup today
FOX 29's Jennifer Joyce reports on the first day of non-essential businesses opening for curbside pickup and how businesses owners are concerned but optimistic.
TRENTON, N.J. - Nonessential businesses have reopened for curbside pickup and nonessential construction projects can resume statewide, per Gov. Murphy's orders.
Businesses, which have been shuttered since March because of the COVID-19 outbreak, can open for people to pick up goods starting at 6 a.m. Monday under a new executive order.
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Murphy said the state’s coronavirus trends are headed in the right direction, but the state isn’t in the clear yet.
New Jersey's coronavirus case total rose to 141,560 with 9,702 related deaths on Wednesday.
NJ stores can reopen for curbside pickup starting Monday
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.