If you were holding out hope about sitting in the crowd at a college or professional sporting event in New Jersey any time soon, take note.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday that New Jersey is lowering the number of people allowed at both indoor gatherings from 25 to 10 and outdoor gatherings from 500 to 15 in order to combat the surging second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The latest executive order details different restrictions for pro and college sports than from youth and high school sports.
The Giants, Jets, and Rutgers football have all been playing to no fans despite the previous caps. And Rutgers announced it will have no fans this winter for basketball or wrestling, either.
But in case there’s a chance other colleges or the Devils having fans if the NHL resumes Jan. 1 as planned, here are the guidelines under the new executive order: