In an unprecedented move, Governors of three states are coordinating their efforts to combat the community spread of the coronavirus.
Businesses across New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will be shuttered to stem the coronavirus contagion in an unheard-of accord among the three states, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced in a joint press call Monday.
Gyms, movie theaters and casinos will also be closed at 8 p.m. Monday.
- Crowd capacity reduced to 50
- Restaurants/Bars will be takeout/delivery only
- Gyms Closed
- Movie Theaters closed
- Casino’s closed
It’s a new tri-state plan, and all governors agreed that gatherings of more than 50 will be banned. Expect local officials to issue revised Executive Orders to comply with the accord.