Jersey City Mayor Fulop confirms city’s 4th coronavirus case, expansion of restrictions

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Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop has confirmed the town Sunday evening had their fourth positive case of the coronavirus.

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The mayor made the announcement on Twitter.

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This morning, Jersey City is taking the steps via executive order to expand restrictions that were implemented last week.

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Effective noon today, the following establishments will be closed:

Bars and nightclubs that do not serve food

Movie theaters and performance centers

Gyms, fitness centers, state licensed cosmetology establishments, barber shops, day care centers, nail salons, non-urgent medical offices, including dental, physical therapy clinics, chiropractor

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The following restrictions will also apply:

All restaurants are prohibited from providing dine-in services, but will be allowed to do take-out, delivery, and drive-thru.

The restrictions do not apply too:

Grocery stores, cafeterias within nursing homes or similar facilities.

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