Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday unveiled details of what he calls the “winter plan” for limiting the spread of COVID-19 in New York state.
He said it’s aimed at avoiding further economic shutdowns, and he added that it’s up to New Yorkers to voluntarily limit in-home gatherings in the coming weeks.
The governor also said indoor dining in New York City will be banned, starting Monday.
Cuomo said he does not want another massive shutdown like the one the state experienced in the spring when New York was the epicenter of the worldwide pandemic.