New York

COVID-19 Resources

Overview

State Executive and Legislative Orders

  • 6/2/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.36, inter alia, Extending the Period for Allowing Localities to Pay Property Taxes Without Penalty; Allowing Barbershops and Hair Salons to Reopen in Regions that Have Satisfied the Phase-Two Metrics.  
  • 5/31/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Announcing that Dentists Can Reopen State-Wide on Monday, June 1 and Providing Interim Guidance for their Reopening Process
  • 5/29/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Announcing that New York Will Begin Phase-One Reopening June 8 and Announcing that Five Regions Satisfied the Metrics to Begin Phase-Two Reopening
  • 5/29/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.35, Lifting the Restrictions Imposed by the State-Wide Pause Order for Phase-Two Industries in Regions that Have Satisfied the Phase-Two Reopening Metrics 
  • 5/28/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.34, inter alia, Continuing the State-Wide Pause Order until a Region Satisfies the Public Health Metrics to Begin Reopening; Permitting Business Operators & Building Owners to Deny Entry to Individuals Without Face-Covering 
  • 5/27/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Announcing Long Island Satisfied Metrics to Begin Reopening 
  • 5/26/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Announcing Mid-Hudson Valley Satisfied Metrics Required to Begin Reopening and Long Island is on Track to Satisfy Metrics and Begin Reopening May 27th
  • 5/23/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Announcing that Mid-Hudson Valley is on Track to Meet the Metrics Required to Begin Phased Reopening by Tuesday, May 26th
  • 5/22/2020: Governor of New York, Executive order 202.33, Permitting Non-Essential Gatherings of Ten or Fewer People Provided that Social Distancing and DOH Protocols are Adhered to.
  • 5/21/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.32, inter alia, Modifying the Public Health Law to Allow Laboratories to Conduct COVID-19 Testing on Specimens Received from Nursing Home Personnel; Extending Period for Paying Property Taxes without Penalty
  • 5/19/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Capital Region Meets Metrics to Begin Reopening; Nassau County Eligible to Resume Elective Surgeries; State to Allow Memorial Day Ceremonies with 10 People or Less 
  • 5/18/2020: Governor of New York, Press Release, Announcing Western New York Satisfied Metrics Required to Begin Reopening 
  • 5/15/2020: Governor of New York, Executive order 202.31, inter alia, Allowing Certain Regions that Meet the Prescribed Public Health Metrics to Re-Open “Phase One Industries”
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidelines for Re-Opening Construction Businesses
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidance for Re-Opening Non-Food Related Agriculture Activities
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidelines for Re-Opeing Forestry Activities
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidance for Re-Opening Commercial Fishing Services and Activities
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidance for Re-Opening Retail Businesses
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidance for Re-Opening Manufacturing Businesses
  • 5/13/2020: Department of Health, Affirmed Detailed Guidance for Re-Opening Wholesale Trade Businesses
  • 5/10/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.30, inter alia, Requiring All Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Residences to Make Arrangements for Testing Staff for COVID-19 Twice Per Week
  • 5/8/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.29, Extending the Statue of Limitations for Certain Child Sexual Abuse Cases
  • 5/7/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.28, inter alia, Extending the Moratorium on Evictions for Those Facing COVID-Related Hardships for an Additional 60 Days
  • 5/5/2020: Governor of New York, Regional Guidance for Re-Opening New York 
  • 5/5/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.27, A Thirty-Day Extension to Allow Out-of-State Professionals to Practice to NY without a NY License.
  • 5/1/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.26, inter alia, Modifying the Election Laws for Absentee Voting, Rescheduling District High School Meetings and Elections, and Suspending Village Elections. 
  • 4/29/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.25, inter alia, Modifying Executive Order 202.10 to Allow Hospitals to Perform Elective Surgeries and Procedures if Certain Criteria are Satisfied
  • 4/25/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.24, Allowing Independent Pharmacists to Conduct Diagnostic COVID-19 Tests
  • 4/24/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.23, inter alia, Modifying the Election Law to Ensure Every Voter Eligible to Vote in a Primary or Special Election to be Held on June 23 Receives an Absentee Ballot
  • 4/20/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.22, inter alia, Further Suspending the Laws of Nassau County and Westchester County to Allow for Waiver or Modification of Certain Penalties for Late or Overdue Taxes.  
  • 4/19/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.21, Allowing any Officiant to Perform or Solemnize a Marriage Ceremony Using Audio-Video Technology 
  • 4/18/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.20, inter alia, Allowing Residents to Obtain a Marriage License Remotely and Allowing Clerks to Perform Ceremonies via Video Conference
  • 4/17/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.19, inter alia, Directing all Public and Private Labs to Coordinate with the State Department to Ensure the Prioritization of Diagnostic Testing
  • 4/16/2020, Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.18, inter alia, Continuing the Pause Order, which Close Public and Private Business and Required the Postponement or Cancellation of all Non-Essential Gatherings of Any Size, until May 15, 2020 
  • 4/15/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.17, Modifying Executive Order No. 202.16 to Require Such No-Action Letters to be Issued by the Attorney General; Effective Friday, April 17, 2020 – Requiring All Individuals Over the Age of Two to Wear Face-Covings in Public.  
  • 4/12/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order 202.16, inter alia, Requiring Essential Employees to Face Coving When in Direct Contact with Customers; Requiring the New York City Department of Law to Issue No-Action Letters for the Duration of the Executive Order.
  • 4/9/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.15, inter alia, Allowing Bulk Water Products to be Distributed Without an Assigned Department of Health Certificate Number; Permitting Pharmacies to Receive Supplies from Unlicensed, Out-of-State Providers 
  • 4/7/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.14, Allowing State to Redistribute Ventilators & Personal Protective Equipment to Hospitals with Highest Needs and Allowing Medical Students Who Will Graduate in 2020 to Begin Practicing Immediately, among  
  • 4/3/2020: Governor of New York, Announcing Executive Order Allowing State to Redistribute Ventilators & Personal Protective Equipment to Hospitals with Highest Needs 
  • 3/30/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.12, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Law Relating to Disaster Emergency
  • 3/28/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.12, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Law Relating to Disaster Emergency
  • 3/27/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.11, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/23/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.10, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to Disaster Emergency
  • 3/21/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.9, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/20/2020: Office of Children and Family Services, Waiver Request Letter to Detention Directors
  • 3/20/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.8, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/19/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.7, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/18/2020: New York State Assembly, Bill No. 10153, An Act Providing Requirements for Sick Leave and the Provision of Certain Employee Benefits When Such Employee is Subject to a Mandatory or Precautionary Order of Quarantine or Isolation Due to COVID-19
  • 3/18/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.6, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/18/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.5, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/17/2020: Office of Child and Family Services, Memorandum, Temporary Visitor Restrictions Within Residential Treatment Centers and Congregate Care Settings
  • 3/16/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.4, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to Disaster Emergency
  • 3/16/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.3, Continuing Temporary Suspension of Modification of Laws Relating to Disaster Emergency
  • 3/14/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.2, Continuing Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to Disaster Emergency
  • 3/12/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202.1, Continuing Temporary Suspension and Modification of Laws Relating to the Disaster Emergency
  • 3/7/2020: Governor of New York, Executive Order No. 202, Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York
  • 3/2/2020: New York State Assembly, Bill No. 09953, An Act to Amend the Executive Law, in Relation to Issuing by the Governor of any Directive Necessary to Respond to a State Disaster Emergency; Making an Appropriation therefore; and Providing for the Repeal of Certain Provisions upon Expiration thereof

New York City

New York City

  • NYC Health: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
  • Office of the Mayor: News and Executive Orders
  • 6/4/2020: Mayor of New York City, Announcing Plan to Expand Restaurant Outdoor Seating When City Enter Phase Two of Reopening 
  • 6/3/2020, Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 120, inter alia, Providing that Businesses or Entities Opened Pursuant to New York State Department of Health Guidance Must Be Operated In Accordance with Such Guidance.
  • 6/2/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 119, Instituting a City-Wide Curfew During the Hours 8:00pm and 5:00am from June 3 to June 8. 
  • 6/1/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 118, Instituting a City-Wide Curfew from 8:00pm on June 2 to 5:00am June 3. 
  • 6/1/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 117, Instituting a City-Wide Curfew from 11:00pm June 1 to 5:00am June 2. 
  • 5/29/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 116, inter alia, Extending, for Five Days, Sections 1, 2, and 3 of Emergency Executive Order 115.
  • 5/24/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 115, inter alia, Permitting Gatherings of Ten or Few People Where Such Individuals Adhere to Social Distancing Protocols.  
  • 5/28/2020: Mayor of New York City, Press Release, Additional Guidance for Phase One Reopening of New York City 
  • 5/26/2020: Mayor of New York City, Press Release, Mayor Signs Seven Pieces of Legislation Providing Relief for Tenants, Commercial Establishments, and Restaurants During Pandemic
  • 5/19/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 114, inter alia, Providing a Five Day Extension to Section 1 of Emergency Executive Order 113; Suspending Certain Requirements of the Administrative Code Related to Campaign Finance 
  • 5/14/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 113, inter alia, Incorporating All Relevant Provisions of the Governor’s Executive Order No. 202
  • 5/9/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 112, inter alia, Suspending the Deadline for the Mayor to Submit a Proposed Budget to City Counsel
  • 5/4/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 111, inter alia, In Accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order 202.25, Authorizing Hospitals to Resume Performance of Elective Surgeries
  • 4/29/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 110, inter alia, Tolling Time Limitations Imposed by the Zoning Resolution for Building Permit Renewal Applications
  • 4/24/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 109, inter alia, Suspending Time Limitations for Certain Authorizations and Procedures of the Landmarks Preservation Commission
  • 4/19/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 108, inter alia, Tolling Time Limitations Imposed by the Administrative Code for Actions Brought by Agencies, Community Boards, and Elected Officials
  • 4/14/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 107, inter alia, Extending the Validity of Any License or Permit Issued by the City for the Pendency of the Emergency
  • 4/9/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 106, inter alia, Extending the State of Emergency for 30 days
  • 4/4/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 105, inter alia, Suspending Fee Payments for Operating a Sidewalk Café.
  • 3/30/2020: Mayor of New York City, Emergency Executive Order 104, inter alia, Extending Directives in Sections 1 through 3 of Executive Order 103 for Five Days
  • 3/30/2020: Mayor of the City of New York, Emergency Executive Order No. 103, Requiring Nonessential Businesses to Reduce In-Person Workforce by 100%; Closing Shopping Malls; Cancelling and Postponing Any Non-Essential Gathering of Any Size 
  • 3/25/2020: Mayor, Emergency Executive Order 103, Extending Executive Order 102, Directing Businesses to Utilize Telecommuting or Work from Home Procedures, Closing Retail Shopping Malls, and Incorporating the Governor’s Executive Orders
  • 3/20/2020: Mayor, Emergency Executive Order 102, Restricting Non-Essential, In-Person Workforce for All Businesses and Not-for-Profit Entities
  • 3/17/2020: Mayor, Emergency Executive Order 101, Suspending Certain Laws and Regulations with Respect to Procurement of Goods, Services, or Construction
  • 3/16/2020: Mayor, Emergency Executive Order 100, Closing Restaurants and Bars; Postponing Elective Medical Procedures; Closing All Entertainment Venues
  • 3/16/2020: Mayor, Emergency Executive Order 99, Cancelling any Gatherings of More than 500 People; Requiring All Places of Gathering to Operate at 50% Occupancy
  • 3/12/2020: Mayor of the City of New York, Emergency Executive Order 98, Declaration of Local State Emergency
  • 3/8/2020: Mayor of the City of New York, Executive Order 55, Ban On Non-Essential Foreign Travel In Response to Corona Virus

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