NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Dining restrictions across the Tri-State Area are being eased.
New York restaurants and bars will soon be allowed to stay open a little later.READ MORE: COVID Restrictions: New York City Restaurants Can Increase Capacity, New Jersey Raises Gathering Limits
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday the curfew would be pushed from 11 p.m. to midnight.
Catered events will be allowed to run until 1 a.m.
The change goes into effect on Monday, April 19.READ MORE: COVID Vaccine In NYC: City Officials Modifying Outreach Efforts As Demand For Vaccines Plummets
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Meanwhile in Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont signed a bill easing restrictions on outdoor dining.
It allows restaurants to expand services offered to outside customers.MORE NEWS: Hundreds Of Bodies Of COVID Victims Still Being Stored In Refrigerated Morgue In Brooklyn
The bill also allows cities and towns to speed up changes to zoning rules to expand outdoor dining and retail sales.