Cuomo: Indoor Dining In NYC Can Resume September 30

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New York City restaurants can reopen for indoor dining at 25 percent capacity with restrictions by Sept. 30, Gov. Cuomo announced Wednesday.

“I understand the economic benefit and I understand the economic pressure they’ve been under,” Cuomo said at a midtown press briefing.

The city’s restaurant industry, which employs 300,000 people at 25,000 establishments, has not been allowed to host customers indoors since the coronavirus pandemic hit the five boroughs in March. Cuomo has been hesitant to fully restaurant the industry because of enforcement issues and concerns about COVID-19 outbreaks.

Read more at NY Post.

{Matzav.com}

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  1. See, Cuomo and other politicians know that the Corona families will be leaving by September 30, just like they know that one has to keep 6 feet space between other people because the Corona families will attack if it’s 6 feet and 1 inch, or that weddings have to end by 10:00 pm because the Corona family will arrive at 10:05.

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