New York City Delays Indoor Dining As Coronavirus Cases Climb Across CountryEarlier this week, the mayor and governor said they were considering pumping the brakes on indoor dining.
Cuomo Dives Into NYC Police Reform Debate, Says De Blasio, City Council Should Go Back To The Drawing BoardCuomo says the city should redesign the way the NYPD polices communities.
New York City Said To Be On Track To Have Adequate Supply Of PPE If There's Second Wave Of CoronavirusIs the Big Apple prepared for a second wave of coronavirus? Did we learn anything from a lack of personal protection equipment the first time around?
Gov. Cuomo Says President Trump's Denials Have Directly Led To Coronavirus Crisis Enveloping NationThe governor said the main reason the U.S. in the situation it's in today is because many states decided to reopen quickly, at the president's behest.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Expected To Announce Decision On Allowing Indoor Dining In NYC: 'I Need The Local Governments To Do The Compliance'To help him make that decision, he got a snapshot of New York City on Tuesday night, checking in on restaurants and patrons to see if current guidelines were followed.
Tri-State Area Expands List Of States Covered By Travel Advisory; Travelers From 16 States Must Now QuarantineThe Tri-State Area is doubling the number of states on the quarantine order list.
NY Senators Pushing Gov. Cuomo To Expand COVID-19 Testing For Home Health AidesIn a letter, the senators told the Cuomo Administration they're demanding home care aides be tested for COVID-19 weekly.
Mall Operators, Tenants Push Back On New York's Requirement To Install HEPA Filters Before They Can ReopenThe owners of Backstage Boutique at Palisades Center say Gov. Andrew Cuomo's latest mandate baffles them. He's ordering malls to install special high-efficiency air filters before reopening.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Sending State Agencies To Monitor Social Distancing In NYC As Coronavirus Cases Explode Across U.S.Mayor Bill de Blasio had the NYPD back off of enforcement after viral videos showed physical confrontations and data revealed more summonses in Black and brown communities.
Gov. Cuomo Announces New York's Lowest Single-Day Death Toll From Coronavirus Since March 15Cuomo's office released a statement noting fewer than 1 percent of yesterday's tests came back positive, 616 out of 61,906.
Health Department Investigating Potential COVID-19 Exposure At Drive-In Graduation Ceremony In Westchester CountyThe individual recently traveled to Florida and experienced symptoms after attending the ceremony on June 20 at the Chappaqua train station, according to the governor's office.
Cuomo Signs Executive Order Excluding Workers From COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave If They Travel To High-Risk StatesGov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order Saturday making New York employees ineligible for COVID-19 paid sick leave if they voluntarily travel to high-risk states.
New York's Takeout Cocktail Law Extended For Third Time, Bringing Relief For Restaurant And Bar Owners"Takeout alcohol in conjunction with the delivery and outdoor seating, we’re getting about, I'd say about 20 percent of our business back," one restaurant owner said.
N.Y., N.J., Conn. Announce Joint Travel Advisory, All Travelers From States With High Coronavirus Infection Rates Must QuarantineNew York, New Jersey and Connecticut are issuing a travel advisory and requiring visitors from high-coronavirus states to quarantine for 14 days.
As New Yorkers Move Forward With Reopening, Many Worry That Out-Of-State Visitors Will Bring Virus BackGov. Andrew Cuomo said he's considering "guidelines," in coordination with neighboring states, regarding visitors from states that are now coronavirus hotspots.