New York Upstate reports:
The statewide 11 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants serving alcohol has been extended until May 6, despite the recent relaxing of other Covid-19 restrictions.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo included the 11 p.m. closing time in a series of extensions to Covid-related executive orders that had been set to expire on Tuesday (April 6).
In addition to the curfew, the order requiring bars and restaurants to serve food with alcohol is also extended to May 6.
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Cuomo’s bar curfew and other orders extended to May 6 (and he wins a case in court) https://t.co/8eBATi3Jq5
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