NYC Business Reopening Guide

Thursday, July 2, 2020

New York City will reopen in phases when the region has met all seven metrics outlined by the Governor's Office, as well as the three additional metrics outlined by the Mayor's Office.

Restart NYC – Guidance for Businesses Under Phase Three

It is projected NYC will be able to enter Phase Three on July 6th. Businesses that may start operations once NYC has clearance to enter into Phase Three include personal care services such as tattoo and piercing parlors, appearance enhancement practices, massage therapy practices, spas, cosmetology salons, nail salons, tanning salons, and waxing salons. Indoor dining will no longer be available in Phase Three. 

Learn what your business needs to know to prepare for reopening:

 

 

For additional information on Phase Three reopening guidelines, click here.

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NYC Reopening Guide For Businesses

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