By CBS3 Staff

NEWARK, N.J. (CBS) – Newark, New Jersey is facing its own surge in COVID-19 cases and has imposed new restrictions. Newark has ordered nonessential businesses to close by 8 p.m.

Restaurants must curtail indoor dining, although they can stay open for delivery and takeout.

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There are also new restrictions on beauty salons, barbershops, and gyms.

The restrictions will be reassessed in two weeks.

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