After Governor Murphy announced that he was hitting “pause” on indoor dining in New Jersey, some restaurant owners worry they’re going to have to close down permanently.
“Unfortunately I think there’s going to be a lot of bankruptcies this year in the restaurant bar business because of this,” an owner told WOR’s Alice-Stockton Rossini
Indoor dining was supposed to begin on Thursday. However, Murphy said an increase in cases around the country and some “knucklehead” behavior in New Jersey caused him to postpone the start indefinitely.
“We keep moving the goal post. We move it here. We move it there.It’s okay to go to the Walmarts and the supermarkets but we’re not allowed to have 25 percent of our people inside of our business,” an owner complained.
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