At long last, New Jersey restaurants can reopen for indoor dining beginning today across the Garden State. At the beginning of the week, Governor Phil Murphy announced on Twitter that restaurants will be allowed to function at 25% of capacity beginning at 6 AM today. The state originally planned to allow 25% capacity indoor dining on July 2, in time for the July 4 holiday, but just days before, Murphy used a spike in coronavirus cases to postpone the opening for another two months. Other restrictions will require that all employees must wear face coverings and social distancing must be maintained throughout the restaurants at all times. Customers must wear face coverings until they are seated at their table and all food and beverage must be consumed at their tables. Employees are to be screened daily to ensure they have not been exposed to the coronavirus.