NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)Gov. Andrew Cuomo is giving struggling businesses facing eviction or foreclosure more time.

He signed an executive order that extends the moratorium on commercial evictions until Sept. 20.

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The governor says the action continues protections already in place for business owners with hardships due to COVID-19.

He previously announced a pause on residential evictions was extended to Oct. 1.

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