By CBS3 Staff

TRENTON (CBS) — Nonessential retail businesses in New Jersey can begin to reopen Monday, but not without restrictions. Retailers who open their doors will be limited to curbside pickup only beginning at 6 a.m. 

In-person shopping is still not allowed.

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Retailers who do open their doors will be limited to curbside pickup only.

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Drive-through and drive-in events, like movies, are allowed to open as well as nonessential construction.