As Non-essential Stores Reopen in NJ on June 15th, Malls to Stay Closed
If you're planning to hit the road for a bit of a shopping spree when non-essential stores reopen on June 15th, make sure malls aren't on your list.
Malls in the Garden State will not be able to reopen when many other stores do in less than two weeks. However, if a store at a mall has an outside door, that store itself can reopen.
Gov. Phil Murphy said, "Unless the store has an outdoor outlet, we're not there on malls."
Not only can malls not welcome shoppers back, but the governor has given no guidance as to when that might even happen, according to The Daily Journal.
Malls are just one portion of the economy being left in limbo. Gyms, museums, and concert venues all have yet to receive any idea of when they may reopen, reports northjersey.com.