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Gov. Phil Murphy (D-NJ) called out the “carelessness” of New Jersey residents and their “complete disregard for social distancing” and mask-wearing in a fiery Twitter thread announcing the delay of the state’s re-opening plan.

After its lowest total of new Covid-19 cases in a single day (the state counted 222 cases on June 14), New Jersey’s new case numbers have slowly climbed since.

On Monday, Murphy announced the state would halt implementing indoor restaurant seating, which was expected to begin in three days.

“Overcrowding. A complete disregard for social distancing,” Murphy wrote. “Very few, IF ANY, face coverings. The scenes we see in our newspapers and on social media CANNOT CONTINUE.”

We’re also moved to pause indoor dining because of what we’ve seen in some establishments across the state.

Overcrowding. A complete disregard for social distancing. Very few, IF ANY, face coverings.

The scenes we see in our newspapers and on social media CANNOT CONTINUE.

— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) June 29, 2020

“The carelessness of one establishment can completely undo the good work of many others,” Murphy continued.”We will not tolerate outlier bars and restaurants – and, frankly, patrons – who think the rules don’t apply to them. They are the ones who ruin it for everyone else.”

Compliance isn’t a polite suggestion. It is required.

Selflessness, not selfishness.

— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) June 29, 2020

New Jersey has more than 170,000 cases of Covid-19 since the beginning of March, including almost 15,000 deaths in the state. The worst outbreaks in the state have been in North Jersey, closest to New York City, one of the early hotspots of coronavirus.

The state loosened restrictions on outdoor dining on June 15, which will remain intact. Murphy will still allow Atlantic City’s casinos to re-open at 25 percent capacity starting Thursday.

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NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City prepares for Phase 3 of the reopening process Monday, but without indoor dining.

Nail salons, tattoo and massage parlors will be allowed to reopen at 50 percent capacity. Businesses must disinfect workstations for each new customer, require customers and employees to wear face coverings.

In New Jersey, Hoboken officials announced Saturday a two-day spike in cases, the highest since mid-May.

NEW YORK CITY
This holiday weekend people have been taking advantage of the newly reopened beaches in New York City.

Lifeguards have been on duty since Wednesday at beaches around the city and social distancing guidelines are in effect.

Also, the Diocese of Brooklyn resumes Mass this weekend.

Leaders removed the hymnals from the pews, but they encouraged worshippers to use their phones to reference prayers and lyrics. The diocese will continue to offer live broadcasts for people who feel sick or worry about attending church.

Meanwhile, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city is developing multiple plans and contingencies for a safe return to school in the fall.

The mayor says 75% of parents surveyed want to send their kids back to school in September, and precautions being taken include daily deep cleaning of schools, face covering and social distancing requirements, and hand washing stations.

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The High Line will reopen to the public with limited capacity on July 16 after temporarily closing in March to help limit the spread of COVID-19. The High Line, working with NYC Parks, also issued visitation protocols to ensure that visitors can maintain social distancing in full accordance with city guidelines.

NEW YORK STATE

New COVID-19 cases in New York dropped by nearly 200 one day after the state eclipsed 900 new cases for the first time in three weeks, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday.

Cuomo confirmed 726 COVID-19 tests came back positive on Friday.

Those 726 positive tests represent just 1.16% of the 62,403 test results reported to the state.

Total hospitalizations were under 900 for a sixth day, falling to 844.

Cuomo also announced 11 new deaths related to COVID-19.

On Friday, Cuomo announced that 918 tests came back positive on Thursday, representing the first time more than 900 new infections have been reported in the state since June 12.

NEW JERSEY

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New Jersey's deaths and cases were slightly up Friday.

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Saturday 25 new fatalities and 303 new cases.

The state now has 173,033 total cases and 13,333 lives lost.

Hoboken confirmed 13 coronavirus cases a two-day spike in cases, the highest since mid-May.

Those patients had traveled out of state and were under the age of 45, between 20 and 35

Murphy signed an Executive Order raising the limit on crowd size for outdoor gatherings to 500 people, effective Friday. Limits on all indoor gatherings, which are 25% of capacity, but with a maximum of 100 people, remain unchanged.

He said indoor pools may reopen at 25% capacity with social distancing in place.

New Jersey reported 539 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the state total to 172,356. An additional 27 deaths brings the state toll to 13,251.

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The university said Thursday Juan Garcia's passing is the first known Penn State student death related to the coronavirus.

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