New Jersey Arenas Reopen


Michael Jannicelli, Staff Writer

On March 1st fans can finally see a game or concert in person in New Jersey. Governor Murphy has announced  that venues with 5,000 fixed seats or more will be allowed to have crowds at 10% capacity for indoor functions and 15% for outdoor events. Groups must still continue to social distance and stay 6 feet away from each other and wear a mask at all times unless eating and drinking. Some venues that can reopen include the Prudential Center, Hard Rock arena in Atlantic City, MetLife Stadium and much more. Governor Murphy also said that people can also attend professional and college sports games in New Jersey with restrictions. The Governor said in an interview with WFAN radio “The one thing I will say as a footnote is we’re keeping a close eye on these variants,” and also said recently that he can reverse things if it gets worse. What is the first event you will want to go see, now that you can?