Responding to the latest spike in COVID-19 cases in the Garden State, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed another executive order last week that became effective yesterday, November 5, 2020. The new order applies to all employers that allow or require that their employees be physically present in the workplace during their shift. Executive Order 192 dictates that all employees who cannot socially-distance at the workplace must wear a face mask and further requires employers to make masks available at their own expense. In addition, the order calls on employers to ensure that employees practice regular hand hygiene, and further obligates employers to provide break times throughout the work shift for employees to wash their hands. Along with standard COVID-era cleaning and disinfecting protocols, the order also mandates that employers conduct daily health checks of workers prior to each shift “in a manner consistent with CDC and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) guidance, and consistent with the ADA and the confidentiality requirement of the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination NJLAD).