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NY ‘s lockdown orders extended to 7 June

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Gov Cuomo has now announced, sort of, that the lockdown orders within New York at least until 7 June. According to the New York Post, while the lockdown orders have been extended any of the state’s regions that meet reopening requirements can actually reopen.

“Yesterday’s Executive Order extended the underlying legal authority for the Emergency Order, but did not change the text of any of the directives in NY ON PAUSE and so the expiration date of May 15 still stands until further notice,’ the secretary to the governor, Melissa DeRosa, said in a statement.

“At that time, new guidance will be issued for regions based on the metrics outlined by Governor Cuomo earlier this week.” 

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