NJ Executive Order 192 states:
- Employees must wear a mask when entering a worksite.
- Employees can remove their masks if they work at a workstation more than six feet away from someone or they are alone in a walled off office.
- Employers must make available, at their expense, masks for employees. However, an employee can wear their own masks if they desire.
- Employers can deny entry to an employee who refuses to wear a mask unless the refusal violates state or federal law. For example, if the person has a disability, an employer may be required to provide the employee with a reasonable accommodation unless it creates an undue hardship for the employer. An employer can ask the employee for medical documentation to support their disability claim.