Murphy Says No Full Return in New Jersey Until Vaccine Is Found for COVID-19

TOMS RIVER, NJ – New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is softening the ground ahead for his implementation of socialism under the guide of the COVID-19 pandemic today.  Murphy said that his response to the COVID-19 pandemic is similar to that of New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani and America’s in the wake of deadly terrorist attacks on America.

“After 9/11, new security measures were put into place that we were not accustomed to. Those practices are now part of our routines,” Murphy said. “The aftermath of #COVID19 will be similar. Social distancing will still be the rule of the days ahead.”

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Murphy doubled down on his demand to keep New Jersey shut down, moving the goal post once again, declaring no full return to normal until a vaccine is found.  Most experts agree, a vaccine could be at a minimum, twelve months away.

“Until a proven vaccine is widely available, we cannot firmly enter the “new normal,” when life will once again return to all our workplaces, downtowns, and main streets,” he added.


 

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