New York State

As of May 29, 2020 the regions meeting the prescribed public health and safety metrics required for Phase Two reopening are: Finger Lakes, Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Southern Tier, and the North Country. Any additional regions which meet the criteria after such date will be deemed to be incorporated into this Executive Order without further revision and will be permitted to re-open Phase two industries, subject to the same terms and conditions.
Through June 27, 2020, the Order allows any business operator or owner the discretion to enforce a previous directive which requires any individual over age two, and able to medically tolerate a face-covering, be required to cover their nose and mouth with a mask or cloth face-covering when in a public place, including the right to deny entry to those not wearing a mask. It also does not prohibit or limit the right of State and local enforcement authorities from imposing fines or other penalties for any violation of the directive.
Executive Order 202.10, as later extended by Executive Order 202.18, Executive Order 202.29 and as extended and amended by Executive Order 202.32, which prohibited all non-essential gatherings of any size for any reason, except for any religious service or ceremony, or for the purposes of any Memorial Day service or commemoration, which allowed ten or fewer individuals to gather, provided that social distancing protocols and cleaning and disinfection protocols required by the Department of Health are adhered to is hereby modified to permit any non-essential gathering of ten or fewer individuals, for any lawful purpose or reason, provided that social distancing protocols and cleaning and disinfection protocols required by the Department of Health are adhered to.
Extends the suspensions and modifications of law, and any directives, not superseded by a subsequent directive, made by Executive Orders 202.23 through 202.27, for thirty days until June 20, 2020. It also extends by twenty-one days the period for paying, without interest or penalty, property taxes for an affected county, city, town, village or school district whose chief executive officer has requested an extension.
Extends previous Executive Orders directing NY On PAUSE until May 28, 2020 and authorizes the reopening of several regions Upstate by providing an exception from the NY On PAUSE rules for those businesses or entities in the Finger Lakes, Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Southern Tier, and the North Country regions allowing them to enter Phase One effective at 12:01 a.m. on May 15, 2020, among other provisions.
Issues various directives to nursing homes and adult care facilities through June 9th.
Extends the provisions of Executive Orders 202.15-202.21 until June 7, 2020 and extends the window of time to file a claim through the Child Victims Act until January 14, 2021.
Extends the moratorium on residential or commercial COVID-related evictions and late fees through August 20, 2020, extends the closure of all schools through the remainder of the academic year, extends the provisions of previous Executive Orders (scheduled to expire on May 7th) until June 6th (except for certain specified provisions), and makes certain modification to Criminal Procedure law, among other provisions.
Allows medical professionals without a current New York license, including those licensed out of state and in Canada, the ability to continue to provide necessary services related to New York’s COVID-19 response through June 4, 2020.
Mandates any absentee ballot sent to a voter for elections held on June 23, 2020 will include a postage paid return envelope, moves school budget and school board elections to June 9, 2020 via absentee ballot, requires school budget hearings to be held remotely, eliminates minimum signature thresholds for school board candidates and includes changes for procedures to upcoming library and village elections.
Allows for the immediate establishment of additional birthing sites operated by currently established licensed birthing hospitals and centers, modifies Executive Orders 202.12 & 202.13  to clarify that the “duration of stay”  for a support person includes labor, delivery and the postpartum period, and modifies Executive Order 202.10 to allow approved hospitals to perform elective outpatient surgeries and procedures if certain criteria are met.
Authorizes licensed pharmacists to order and administer COVID-19 diagnostic and antibody tests and cancels the special election for the office of New York City Council in the 37th district. This office will be filled at the general election.
Modifies the Election Law to ensure voters will be sent an absentee ballot application form with return postage paid for the June 23, 2020 elections, authorizes the Commissioner of Health to suspend or revoke the operating certificate of any skilled nursing facility or adult care facility if it is determined that such facility has not adhered to any regulations or directives issued by the Commissioner of Health, and cancels the Queens Borough President and State Assembly and State Senate Special Elections, which were scheduled to be held on June 23, 2020. These offices will be filled at the General Election.
Provisions related to real estate property tax transactions.
Clarifies that any officiant, public or private, is able to perform or solemnize a marriage ceremony utilizing audio-video technology, per Executive Order 202.20
Waives the 60 days required to obtain a marriage license, permits those persons who were unable to marry within the time frame issued on the marriage license to obtain a second marriage license (and waives the fees), if necessary, mirroring the original marriage license that was obtained during the period of time a declared emergency existed in New York State and authorizes the issuance of a marriage license application, marriage license, or witnessing or solemnizing of the marriage ceremony, to be performed utilizing audio-video technology provided certain conditions are met.
Establishes a single, statewide coordinated testing prioritization process for COVID-19, requires that nursing home, or adult care facility licensed by the Commissioner of Health to notify a family member or next of kin if any resident tests positive for COVID-19, or suffers a COVID-19 related death, within 24 hours is modified to provide a penalty for non-compliance of $2,000 per violation per day, and prohibits local governments from taking any actions that could affect public health without consulting with the state Department of Health, among other provisions.
Extends all “NYS on Pause” restrictions and closures until May 15th among other provisions.
Requires any individual who is over age two and able to medically tolerate a face-covering be required to cover their nose and mouth with a mask or cloth face-covering when in a public place and unable to maintain, or when not maintaining, social distance. It also requires letters of no-action or no-filing be issued by the Attorney General.
Among other provisions, mandates all essential businesses must provide employees face coverings when in direct contact with customers or members of the public effective Wednesday, April 15 at 8 p.m.
Allows any voter  in New York State to cast an absentee ballot for June 23 primary elections among numerous other provisions.
Extends the cancellation of all non-essential public and private gatherings, school closures, and all in-person business restrictions and workplace restrictions to April 29, 2020, gives the Department of Health the power to move medical equipment and supplies  to areas of immediate need; such equipment and supplies will either be returned or the entities will be monetarily compensated, and increases fine for social distancing violations, among other provisions.
Clarifying language on non-essential construction, aligns closures and restrictions on businesses issued in previous Executive Orders, clarifies a previous order requiring a support person for a patient giving birth is modified insofar as to cover labor, delivery as well as the immediate postpartum period and moves election days for various vacancies and special elections.
Moves the State’s Presidential Primary and Special Elections to June 23, 2020, delays the state’s tax filing day to July 15 to match the Federal filing date and directs all hospitals to allow one person, who does not have a fever, to be present as a support person for a patient giving birth.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nonessential businesses to reduce onsite workforce by 50%.
Closure of certain common portions of retail shopping malls and all places of public amusement.
Directing all schools in New York to close by Wednesday, March 18 for two weeks ending April 1.
Mandating the closing of restaurants, movie theaters, bars, gyms and casinos and limits the statewide occupancy limit to 50 people.
Delaying village elections statewide until the April 28 primary election.
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.
Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York.