NORTH WILDWOOD, New Jersey (WPVI) — Some businesses at the Jersey shore are worried after Governor Phil Murphy announced that the state will not be doing any more reopenings "for some time" because of emerging COVID-19 variants.
"My guess is we won't be opening capacity for some time now because of the caseload," Murphy said on CNN earlier this week.
George Klingos isn't happy. He owns the Vegas Diner & Restaurant in North Wildwood and thinks the restrictions need to end.
"I have to say we're starting to get used to bad decisions by Governor Murphy," said Klingos.
He says they need to be at full capacity by the summer season.
"A summer season at 50% would probably mean another hardly surviving year. (Murphy) follows the example of states that have done terribly. He does the same thing like California," …