NYC has begun its phased RESTART. Below are the most up-to-date guidance and requirements for NYC businesses that have reopened or will do so soon.
Remember, even when you reopen your worksite, the best way to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and protect employees is to continue allowing them to work from home as much as possible.
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When they are permitted to open, prekindergarten to grade 12 schools must follow New York State requirements for in-person instruction.
If you operate a child care program, learn more about what you need to know before reopening.
Gyms can reopen once the owner has:
By completing these forms, a facility is affirming it has met COVID-19-related New York State requirements and is ready for inspection.
Indoor fitness classes will remain closed in New York City until further notice. Health and safety remain the number one priority as the City reopens.
The City started Phase Four of its reopening on Monday, July 20. This phase includes reopening or expanded operations for outdoor arts and entertainment, media production, professional sports and higher education.
Phase Four guidance for:
The City started Phase Three of its reopening on Monday, July 6. This phase includes reopening or expanded operations for personal care services such as tattoo parlors and spas.
Phase Three guidance for:
The City started Phase Two of its reopening on Monday, June 22. This phase includes more commercial offices, retail businesses and food services opening or expanding.
Phase Two guidance for:
NYC's first phase of reopening started on June 8. Businesses that started to reopen or expand operations in this phase included retail, construction, manufacturing and wholesale trade.
Phase One guidance for:
The following resources can help businesses meet the State's requirements to reopen.
Grief and Loss in the Workplace
Support for NYC Businesses and Non-profits
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