New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Extends 'On PAUSE' Order Until April 15th
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has extended his 'New York on PAUSE' executive order for the state until April 15th. The order will be re-evaluated every two weeks.
New York State on PAUSE is extended to April 15. That means the non-essential workforce is directed to continue to… https://t.co/SNMBFZZzJN— Andrew Cuomo (@Andrew Cuomo) 1585498543.0
Read more about the extension here, including more in-depth information on what New York on PAUSE will entail through April 15th. Some highlights include:
- DMV offices are closed for in-office visits, but certain transactions can still be done online
- all non-essential gatherings of any size and for any reason are banned at this time
- pharmacies will offer free home delivery of prescriptions
- the presidential primary election in New York will be held on June 23rd instead of its original date of April 28th