NYC to Enter Phase 3, Without Indoor Dining

New York City will enter Phase 3 Monday but without indoor dining, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Sunday.

Phase 3 of the reopening of the economy means personal care services, such as nail salons and massage parlors, can return to business.

The governor confirmed 533 additional cases of novel coronavirus, bringing the statewide total to 397,131 confirmed cases in the state. 

The geographic breakdown is as follows:

 

County

Total Positive

New Positive

Albany

2,152

7

Allegany

63

0

Broome

753

1

Cattaraugus

127

0

Cayuga

120

0

Chautauqua

132

1

Chemung

146

0

Chenango

150

1

Clinton

103

2

Columbia

475

1

Cortland

51

1

Delaware

91

0

Dutchess

4,243

5

Erie

7,475

13

Essex

48

1

Franklin

33

0

Fulton

261

0

Genesee

239

0

Greene

263

0

Hamilton

6

0

Herkimer

173

1

Jefferson

94

1

Lewis

31

0

Livingston

132

1

Madison

363

0

Monroe

3953

31

Montgomery

119

0

Nassau

42,031

43

Niagara

1,284

7

NYC

216,969

239

Oneida

1,742

17

Onondaga

2,949

21

Ontario

280

2

Orange

10,775

9

Orleans

282

0

Oswego

206

0

Otsego

86

0

Putnam

1,336

1

Rensselaer

565

2

Rockland

13,648

19

Saratoga

566

4

Schenectady

834

3

Schoharie

59

1

Schuyler

13

0

Seneca

71

1

St. Lawrence

224

1

Steuben

270

1

Suffolk

41,642

57

Sullivan

1,456

0

Tioga

146

1

Tompkins

179

1

Ulster

1,834

9

Warren

269

1

Washington

246

0

Wayne

185

2

Westchester

35,043

23

Wyoming

97

1

Yates

48

0

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