NYC Indoor Dining to Resume Sept. 30 With Heavy Restrictions, Cuomo Says

NYC restaurants will be limited to 25% capacity and will have to take the temperature of every customer

What to Know

  •     Malls in New York City and casinos across the state reopened Wednesday at limited capacity
  •     Going forward, every school district will have to submit COVID reports to the state daily -- and the state will issue COVID "report cards" for every school in the state, Cuomo said Tuesday
  •     Currently, travelers from 35 "hotspot" states and territories must quarantine for 14 days after arriving in New Jersey, New York or Connecticut; Delaware, Maryland, Ohio and West Virginia were added Tuesday

New York City restaurants will be allowed to resume indoor dining on Sept. 30 with an extensive set of rules, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.

Restaurants be limited to 25 percent capacity, all customers will be required to wear masks (except when seated at their table) and submit to temperature checks, and one member of each party will have to give contact tracing information. There will be no bar service and restaurants must close by midnight — and the public will be asked to anonymously report violations by phone or text.

RSK: This is exactly where we are in Madison, WI.

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