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ICYMI: Executive Order No. 192 Rescinded

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On June 4, Governor Murphy signed A-5820 (Coughlin/Chiaravalloti/Sweeney) along with Executive Order No. 244 (2021)which ended the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency that had been in place since March 9, 2020.

Under A-5820, the majority of Executive Orders issued during the pandemic expired on July 4, 2021 with certain exceptionsHowever, because Executive Order No. 192 (2020) is not specified as continuing beyond July 4, 2021, masking, social distancing, and other health and safety protocols originally set forth in Executive Order No. 192 (2020) will no longer be mandatory across businesses and facilities, regardless if they are public facing or not.
Although these protocols are no longer required by the State, employers and entities overseeing worksites and other facilities are permitted to craft more restrictive policies that require masking and social distancing, if they so choose.
Per the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), masks are required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States and in U.S. transportation hubs such as airports and stations. 

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