New Jersey: Clarification Capacity Limits, Indoor Sports Practices

New Jersey: Clarification Capacity Limits, Indoor Sports Practices

New Jersey Governor Murphy and Superintendent Callahan Announce Administrative Order Clarifying Capacity Limits for Indoor Sports Practices and Competitions and Restrictions on Interstate Youth Sports Competitions

TRENTON, NJ (STL.News) New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy and Superintendent of the State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan today announced Administrative Order 2020-25, which clarifies that indoor sports practices and competitions are subject to current indoor gathering limits, which was most recently set at 10 persons. However, a practice or competition can proceed with more than 10 persons if individuals who are not necessary for the activity, such as spectators, are not present.  The total number of individuals still may not exceed 25 percent of the capacity of the room in which the practice or competitions takes place, and such limit may not exceed 150 persons.

The order further clarifies that the restrictions on interstate youth sports competitions in Executive Order No. 194 (2020) also apply to youth sports competitions conducted outdoors.

The order will take effect on Saturday, January 2, 2021, when the prohibition on indoor sports practices and competitions in Executive Order No. 204 (2020) sunsets.

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