NYC restaurant owners respond to indoor dining restrictions
September 9, 2020
Cuomo: NYC indoor dining will resume at 25% capacity on Sept. 30
New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announcing indoor dining can resume at the end of September at 25% capacity.
New York City restaurant owners whose businesses have been eaten alive by the coronavirus pandemic say new guidelines for indoor dining don’t cut it as industry-wide layoffs continue.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday said city restaurants can open for indoor dining at 25% capacity starting Sept. 30, but without bar service and regulations like temperature checks and requiring guests to give out personal information for contact tracing purposes if an outbreak occurs at the restaurant. There will also be no service after midnight.