NJ, NY and Connecticut re-open marinas and boatyards that were ordered closed due to coronavirus

NJ, NY and Connecticut re-open marinas and boatyards that were ordered closed due to coronavirus

Marinas and boatyards in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut that were ordered closed last month as the coronaviruspandemic worsened are allowed to re-open, the governors of the three states announced Saturday.The businesses, which include marine manufacturers, can again open for personal use as long as strict social distancing and sanitization protocols are followed, Gov. Phil Murphy and his counterparts Andrew Cuomo of New York and Ned Lamont of Connecticut said.Restaurants at the sites can continue to offer take-our or delivery only. Chartered services and rentals remain banned."We’ve comm...

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