By CBS3 Staff

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Gov. Phil Murphy announced new COVID-19 rules for child care workers in New Jersey. Murphy signed an executive order Monday saying workers must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or face regular weekly testing.

“Effective Sept, 24, all employees, students and children in a facility’s care ages 2 and over, and visitors must wear masks indoors, with limited exceptions,” Murphy said.

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Child care workers need to get a second dose of a vaccine by Oct. 17 to meet the Nov. 1 deadline, or they must face regular testing.

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Watch New Jersey officials’ COVID-19 briefing below.