BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Bernards Township reopened its tennis courts and paddle tennis courts on Wednesday with social distancing pointers in impact as a result of new coronavirus.
The restrictions on the courts embrace: sporting of face coverings, limiting parking to 50 p.c of capability, prohibiting picnicking, prohibiting organized actions and sports activities, prohibiting gatherings and the follow of social distancing.
“We encourage everybody utilizing the courts to please adhere to the added precautions put in place which come down from the State,” Bernards Township Mayor James Baldassare mentioned.
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All different township park services will stay closed till additional discover, together with: picnic shelters, playgrounds and health stations, basketball courts, volleyball courts, athletic fields (together with the turf fields), the curler rink, the canine park, park restrooms, park water fountains and indoor park buildings (together with the group middle).
Gov. Phil Murphy reopened state parks and allowed golf programs to reopen as of Saturday. He left it as much as the county and municipal degree officers to determine whether or not to reopen any of their parks.
Somerset County reopened most of its parks and golf programs on Saturday. Learn Extra: Heading To Somerset County Parks? Here’s What’s Open, Closed
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