Governor Andrew Cuomo Extends New York’s Stay At Home Orders Until June 13th

 Governor Andrew Cuomo Extends New York’s Stay At Home Orders Until June 13th

New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he has extended the state’s stay-at-home orders until June 13.


Cuomo’s extension of the state’s “New York State on PAUSE” policy—which was put in place in March—comes just as the shutdown was set to expire today. The Governor announced Wednesday that four regions within the upstate area had actually met the criteria to begin reopening, even though New York has been the state hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. 


As part of the New York State on PAUSE policy, all businesses deemed nonessential have been closed, nonessential gatherings have been canceled, and social distancing rules have been enforced.

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