New York: Entertainment Venues To Reopen at 33% Capacity

New York: Entertainment Venues To Reopen at 33% Capacity

Governor Cuomo Announces Performing Arts and Entertainment Venues Can Reopen at 33 Percent Capacity Beginning Today
Venues Will Be Able to Host Up to 100 People Indoors or Up to 200 People Outdoors; With Testing or Immunization, Up to 150 People Indoors or Up to 500 People Outdoors
Social Distancing, Face Coverings and Strict Health Protocols Required
Excelsior Pass Now Available for New Yorkers to Show Proof of Vaccination or Recent Negative COVID-19 Test to Attend Venues; Interested New Yorkers Can Use Excelsior Pass and Learn More Here; Interested Businesses Can Learn More Here
New State Guidance Available Here

New York (STL.News) Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that performing arts and entertainment venues can reopen at 33 percent capacity beginning.  Venues can host up to 100 people indoors or up to 200 people outdoors.  If all attendees present proof of completed vaccination or recent negative test result prior to entry, capacity can increase up to 150 people indoors or up to 500 people outdoors.  Social distancing, face coverings, health screening and other health protocols will be required by all attendees, as well as strict adherence to all applicable Department of Health guidance, which is available here.

“New York’s beloved arts and entertainment venues have been hard hit by the public health guidance we’ve implemented to slow the spread of COVID-19, and after a long and difficult period, I am glad to see them reopen their doors to New Yorkers,” Governor Cuomo said.

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