New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will allow bowling alleys around the state and museums in New York City to reopen.
Cuomo announced during a Friday press phone call that bowling alleys can reopen Monday at 50% capacity and with every other lane open. Food and beverage services will be delivered by wait service only. Bowlers will be prohibited from concession areas and bars.
Museums, aquariums, and other “low-risk indoor cultural arts” institutions are allowed to reopen in New York City on Aug. 24 at 25% maximum occupancy. Museum attendees will receive timed tickets to stagger the number of groups allowed indoors at one time.
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