Gov. Cuomo extends street, sidewalk dining in New York for another year

The law, which takes effect immediately, extends for another year an executive order signed by the governor letting municipal spaces such as sidewalks and streets be used for outdoor dining, which has allowed for physical distancing — and for New Yorkers to enjoy meals without risking spreading COVID-19, which is more easily transmitted indoors.

Gov. Cuomo Extends Street, Sidewalk Dining In New York For Another Year

The New York Post – by Bernadette Hogan, Sam Raskin

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday rubber stamped a measure that temporarily extends a COVID-lockdown policy that permitted restaurants to set up shop on city sidewalks and streets — a pandemic practice that the Democrat said has served as “much-needed lifeline” to eateries.

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