On Monday the New Jersey Assembly passed 29 measures intended to protect New Jersey residents, small businesses and local governments during the coronavirus crisis, where heightening isolation measures are being encouraged to prevent the disease’s mass spread.

The Assembly passed the emergency measures that the Assembly Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Committee voted through earlier in the day, known as the “COVID-19 Emergency Response Package.”

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