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New York City to Resume Indoor Dining at Restaurants – The Wall Street Journal
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this week that as of September 30, NYC restaurants can resume indoor service at 25% capacity. Assuming COVID-19 cases don’t spike, they plan to allow 50% capacity by November 1. As Eater NY reports, responses from the industry have been mixed: some need more time, others more clarity – and most agree that 25% isn’t enough to sustain their businesses.