NEW JERSEY — Museums, aquariums and some indoor recreational facilities will be allowed to open on July 2, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday. These include bowling alleys, batting cages, shooting ranges and boardwalk arcades.

Libraries will be allowed to open at 25% capacity, as well, starting on July 2.

NJ Transit trains and light rail will resume a full weekday schedule beginning Monday, July 6.

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Gyms and fitness centers for individual training and by appointment only are allowed to open, he said. General gym admission is not currently allowed.

Murphy also reported 169,892 total coronavirus cases in New Jersey, with 317 new cases reported Wednesday. There has been 12,995 deaths in the state, with 48 new deaths reported Wednesday, as well.

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