Cuomo Bans Fans from Stands of NY College Sports This Fall

Saturday, 25 Jul, 2020

New Yorkers should be proud of what they've done to bring the situation under control, Cuomo said. Also remaining closed are gyms, malls and indoor restaurant dining.

Cuomo's comments on the matter came one day after the State Liquor Authority began the requirement of "substantial" snack purchases in order to sell alcohol.

He said the drinking establishments are taking advantage of a loophole in New York's laws.

A number of schools in NY have already seen their schedules altered by conference decisions to go league-only in the fall like the Big East (St. John's) or call off sports altogether like the Ivy League (Cornell).

"What we saw change over the last few weeks was the gathering there got smaller and smaller, was less and less about protests, (and) more and more became an area where homeless folks were gathering". Cuomo said he spoke with Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred Friday morning about the possibility. A definitive timeline for expanding Phase Four has not been announced.

Watch Now! Three restaurants in Queens and a gentlemen's club in Suffolk County have had their liquor licenses suspended for not following rules related to the state's phased reopening plan, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday. However, concerns about a second wave still remain.

The states added to New York's travel advisory and mandatory quarantine list are Alaska, Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Virginia and Washington. - have been added to the.

Mayor de Blasio on Monday also called the noncompliance of safety guidelines "unacceptable", saying there will be "heavier enforcement efforts" around bars and restaurants.

The governor's office said 724 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized Monday - a figure that's plunged since peaking in mid-April but has declined at a much slower rate since late June. This is not the time to fight for your right to party.

"A drinking, bar-type experience often involves or leads to mingling and other conduct that is non-compliant with social distancing and the use of face covering and is therefore not yet a safe activity during the current health emergency".