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