Cuomo announces new COVID-related restrictions on bars and restaurants in NY

Cuomo announces new COVID-related restrictions on bars and restaurants in NY
Andrew Cuomo proudly displaying his COVID-19 mountain. He neglected to display the star teacher pasted to his forehead later on. (Image: New York Post screen grab)

[Ed. – For every step forward, two steps backward.]

Bars and restaurants in New York City that receive three “strikes” for failing to enforce social distancing will be forced to close, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Thursday.

In addition, bars and restaurants across the state will be allowed to serve alcohol only to patrons also ordering food, and walk-up bar service will not be allowed.

The governor announced the restrictions after numerous reports of compliance issues.

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“There is significant evidence of failure to comply,” Cuomo said during a conference call with reporters. “It’s wrong, it’s dangerous, it’s selfish, it’s unacceptable. It’s also illegal.”

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