Special Update
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Though New York City's recovery will be gradual, it is certain. While working around the clock to address the immediate needs of our community and our economy, we are actively preparing for the day when the five boroughs can be truly bustling again. Read on for the most useful and current information for navigating the City, plus plenty of resources for planning ahead.

NYC Updates

Indoor dining in New York City has resumed, with restaurants now allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity. Outdoor dining, takeout and delivery continue as normal.

New York City has entered Phase 4 of Governor Cuomo’s New York Forward plan, reintroducing low-risk outdoor activities like botanical gardens and zoos with capacity restrictions, movie and television production, and professional sports—indoor arenas are allowed to operate at 10 percent capacity, with fans needing to wear masks and test negative for coronavirus within 72 hours of the event (distancing precautions are also be in place). Outdoor arenas and performing arts venues can operate at 20 percent capacity. Museums, cultural institutions and gyms are among the types of indoor businesses that have been allowed to open with restrictions as well.

Movie theaters, pool halls, indoor entertainment centers and indoor arts, entertainment and events venues have also reopened at limited capacity, and outdoor amusement parks will join them on April 9. Meanwhile, in-person and catered events have resumed, with limited capacity. Additional venues, attractions and indoor activities will reopen at a to-be-determined later date. For more information, including an overview of phases 2 through 4, please click here.

Public schools have resumed in-person instruction, with high schools becoming the last level to reopen beginning in late March (many students remain in remote instruction).

NYC Travel Restrictions

Quarantine periods for domestic and international travelers entering the state are no longer required (though it remains recommended for those not fully vaccinated). Travelers from out of state—except for those coming from New York's contiguous states, which are New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont—must fill out a traveler health form, as do travelers coming from another country.

Health & Safety Guidelines

Below, find links to recommended health and safety guidelines by business category. These will be updated as we receive additional information.

Health & Safety Guidelines

Retail Restaurants Hotels Attractions & Museums Tours Transportation Airports Spas & Wellness

We are closely monitoring reopening plans for Broadway. We will share guidelines as soon as they become available.


Health & Safety Guidelines

Retail Restaurants Hotels Attractions & Museums Tours Transportation Airports Spas & Wellness

All In NYC: Stay Well Pledge

The only way forward is to take care of one another. Going forward, we’re asking five-borough businesses, and the people who visit them, to commit to the practices that will help keep our community healthy and safe.


Stay Well NYC Pledge



Information & Resources

New York Forward Phases

Review Governor Cuomo’s phased plan for reopening the state.

What to Know Now

Get timely updates and guidelines for navigating NYC’s new normal.

Resources and Links

Find our top sources of official information all in one place.

Recovery Coalition

Learn how we’re working together to ensure the City’s comeback.

All In NYC: Neighborhood Getaways

Support local business and get up to $100 back when you safely rediscover attractions, dining, hotels, museums and more.

Tourism Recovery

Learn what we’re doing to ensure the long-term vitality of the industry.