“Because New Yorkers rallied and essential workers rallied. Let’s give everyone a round of applause,” Cuomo said Wednesday.READ MORE: New York City Marriage Bureau Resumes In-Person Weddings By Appointment Only
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines will remain in effect.
“The CDC mask requirement for unvaccinated individuals, public transportation, homeless settings, certain institutions,” the governor added. “Local governments may continue, and I would urge them to continue, to enforce those mask requirements where they are in effect.”
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The end of the state of emergency, however, means certain emergency rules will expire.
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Licensees please be advised that with the ending of our state of emergency and the return to pre-pandemic guidelines, the temporary pandemic-related privileges for to-go and delivery of alcoholic beverages will end after June 24. pic.twitter.com/bkjnbbvBw4
— NYS Liquor Authority (@NY_SLA) June 23, 2021
Among the rules expiring: The ability to get alcoholic beverages to go, which was enacted as a measure to help keep restaurants and bars afloat while indoor dining restrictions were in place.