Social distancing and face coverings are mandatory at indoor religious services, all of which must be limited to 50 people or 25% of a building’s capacity — whichever number is fewer.
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N.J. hair salons, barbershops and other personal care reopen Monday. Officials just released the new rules.
The requirements issued by the state’s Office of the Attorney General include rules about screening customers and workers for symptoms of COVID-19 and limiting the number of people allowed in personal care businesses.
Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is advising residents that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the public access restriction to the Monmouth County Clerk’s Offices has been extended through June 15, 2020. County Clerk employees will be available by phone and email.
The program will provide at least $100 million in Temporary Rental Assistance for Low- to Moderate-Income households, including the homeless or those at risk of homelessness
Google is introducing new technology to simplify smartphones for those with cognitive disabilities and it’s beefing up its map program to make it easier to know if destinations are accessible.
NJ SNAP recipients will be able to use their benefits card to order groceries from Amazon starting on May 27. Walmarts, ShopRites, and The Fresh Grocers that provide online shopping will also accept online ordering with SNAP benefits starting on May 28.
The Division of Consumer Affairs has authorized licensed New Jersey pharmacists to widely administer COVID-19 tests to customers, paving the way for thousands of pharmacies statewide to serve as testing sites.
The Department of Health issued guidelines on the conditions for hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers to begin resuming elective surgeries.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office has established a 24/7 helpline 833-OHH-CARE staffed by Recovery Advocates for the Shore (RAFTS) linking callers to opioid use treatment through CPC Behavioral Healthcare (CPC). A pilot program called Opioid Diversion Program (ODP) diverts nonviolent offenders facing possession charges to treatment to CPC.
Feds Approve NJ Human Services Plan to Provide Nearly 600,000 Children with Extra Food Assistance Benefits
Amid COVID-19, Plan Will Provide $248M in Special Food Assistance to Children Who Normally Receive Free or Reduced-Price School Meals. Each qualifying student will receive $416.10 in EBT – no application is necessary. Benefits are expected to be issued by June.