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All In NYC: Stay Well Pledge - Tool Kit

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New York City’s dynamism is defined by its people—those who live here, those who work here and all who visit from afar. Ensuring everyone’s well-being is paramount right now, and it’s a community effort. We at NYC & Company are asking tourism and hospitality businesses and their guests to take this Pledge, backed by public health protocols, to help the five boroughs reopen responsibly. View the full Pledge here and read on for the resources you’ll need to get involved.

Note: On August 3, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City will require proof of vaccination for individuals seeking to enjoy a variety of indoor activities, including dining indoors, seeing indoor performances, and using gyms. The final details of the policy will be announced and go into effect the week of August 16; enforcement begins on September 13. For more information, visit our information page.

Stay Well NYC Pledge

Take the Pledge Today

Doing your part to protect the community is as easy as it is important. Here’s how to get involved.


Download Tool Kit

Our downloadable tool kit includes three simple steps for taking the Pledge and sharing it with your audiences. Simply agree to our terms and conditions and download it now.

Stay Well: NYC Toolkits


See Who’s Taken the Pledge

Businesses citywide have already taken the All in NYC: Stay Well Pledge. Click here for a list of participants so far.

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Update Your Member Profile

Are you an NYC & Company member? Update your profile to reflect your latest health and safety amenities.

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