New Jersey grocery stores and some other retail businesses that were forced to shut down self-service food stations like buffets and salad bars because of the coronavirus can now open them up again, Gov. Phil Murphy’s office announced Wednesday.
The order takes effect immediately and also applies to retail shops like convenience stores and bodegas.
But buffets are still barred at places like restaurants and casinos.
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