NJ Executive Order 192 states:
- Employers must require employees, visitors and customers to wear masks when coming on premises. There are two exceptions: if the visitor is under 2 or when it is not practical to wear a mask. For example, someone does not need to wear a mask when they are eating or drinking or receiving a service that cannot be performed with a mask on.
- Employers can deny entrance to its workplace to any visitor who refuses to wear a mask. If a visitor says they have a disability and cannot wear a mask, the employer may be required to provide them with a reasonable accommodation if it does not place an undue burden on them. An employer cannot require a visitor to provide medical documentation of their disability unless required by state or federal law.