NBC New York reports:
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday he is suspending indoor dining in New York City indefinitely as of Monday, a result of sustained increase in the five boroughs’ hospitalization and positivity rates. There’s no reopening timeline.
The potential for harsher shutdowns looms large. Mitigating increases in the state’s hospitalization rate has become Cuomo’s top priority — and he recalibrated the state’s micro-cluster model as part of a revised overarching post-holiday plan.
The governor has said if any of the state’s 10 regions is projected to hit 90 percent capacity over a three-week period, he would impose a red zone shutdown.
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Indoor dining in restaurants will be shut down in New York City starting Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, a sharp reversal of the city’s reopening meant to halt the escalation of a second wave of the coronavirus. https://t.co/pxbRb17gpj
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