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It wasn’t Black Friday, by any stretch, though there were lots of sales. Let’s call it Green Monday, in New Jersey at least.

Malls there reopened at reduced capacity Monday, and hundreds of shoppers from the Philadelphia region made their way to the Cherry Hill Mall.

Spread across Camden County’s shopping mecca were plenty of reminders that the threat of COVID-19 still looms. Employees and patrons wore face masks, digital signs reminded people to stay six feet away from others, and maps indicated stations where visitors could find hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes.

Emanuel Jennings of Trenton waits in line for an Auntie Anne’s pretzel at Cherry Hill Mall. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

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