TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — New Jersey is taking more steps on the road to reopening.

Beginning June 4, Gov. Phil Murphy says employers may allow fully vaccinated workers to take off their masks and stop social distancing.

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Murphy also rescinded the requirement for employers to accommodate remote working and reduce staff on site.

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The governor also lifted the 15-person cap on child care classes to help more parents get back to work.

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