New York State

Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York.
Any gathering under 500 individuals required to cut capacity by 50%, suspension of the 7 day waiting period for unemployment, suspension of laws relating to emergency procurement, restriction of nursing home visitations and the waiver of requirements necessary for apportionment of school aid.
Delaying village elections statewide until the April 28 primary election.
Mandating the closing of restaurants, movie theaters, bars, gyms and casinos and limits the statewide occupancy limit to 50 people.
Directing all schools in New York to close by Wednesday, March 18 for two weeks ending April 1.

Closure of certain common portions of retail shopping malls and all places of public amusement.

Nonessential businesses to reduce onsite workforce by 50%.
Requires non-essential employers to reduce the in-person workforce by 75% no later than March 21 at 8 pm. This order also expands the public gathering prohibition to barber shops, salons, and other businesses as of March 21 at 8pm and includes provisions for notarial services.
Mandates reduction of onsite workforce for non-essential businesses by 100% no later than March 22 at 8 p.m.,  directs 90-day moratorium on any residential or commercial evictions, and authorizes the Commissioner of Taxation and Finance to abate late filing and payment penalties for a period of 60 days for a taxpayers who are required to file returns and remit sales and use taxes by March 20, 2020, for the sales tax quarterly period that ended February 29, 2020.

Allows customers of New York chartered banks a 90-day forbearance of payments on their mortgage if they are affected by COVID-19 related hardships. The order also affects fees for the use of automated teller machines (ATMs), overdraft fees, and credit card late fees.

Takes a number of actions related to health care professionals, hospitals, health care facilities, emergency medical services, and public health law; including directing insurers to give the state a list of their employees who are licensed health professionals, and prohibits any pharmacist in the state from dispensing hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine except when written as prescribed for an FDA-approved indication, and cancels or postpones all non-essential gatherings of any size for any reason.
Extends school closures amends language relating to pharmacist dispensing hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine, and determines that any operation of a facility or occupancy of any space by more than the number of persons allowed will be deemed to be a violation of law and in violation of the Uniform Code or other local building code, among other provisions.

New York City

Suspends rules for City Council meetings and hearing as well as laws and rule relating to procurement procedures, cancels the special election for Queens Borough President and directs hospitals, and ambulatory surgery centers to postpone elective procedures. Mandates closure of all restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, and gyms, and directs all older adult congregate centers be closed  for the duration of the state of emergency.
Bans all grouped riding (pooled or shared riding) in TLC for-hire vehicles, and amends the language of NYC Executive Order 100 relating to the suspension of rules and laws relating to procurement.
Among other directives, in order to avoid the mass congregation of people in public places and to reduce the opportunity for the spread of COVID-19 any non-essential gathering of individuals of any size for any reason shall be cancelled or postponed.

Federal Government

Attorney General of New York State

Agriculture and Markets

Department of Environmental Conservation

Department of Financial Services

Department of Health

Department of Health & Human Services

Department of Labor

Department of Tax and Finance

Empire State Development Corporation

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

Office of Children and Family Services

Public Service Commission

State Education Department

Office for People with Developmental Disabilities

New York State Insurance Fund

Office of Mental Health

State Liquor Authority

Workers' Compensation Board

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