Murphy signs $35 million in aid for N.J. restaurants crushed by COVID crisis

New Jersey restaurants that have been crushed financially by the coronavirus pandemic will be eligible for aid under a $35 million package Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law on Friday.

The grants from federal aid to the state won’t have to be repaid by restaurants.

“These are not just small businesses. These are places where communities come together,” Murphy said at an event in Atlantic City to sign the legislation.

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