As of May 31, the midnight curfew on indoor dining for bars and restaurants across New York is no more.
“Our reopening approach has always been data-based and if we want to stay on our current trajectory, we need to remain vigilant across the board – especially when it comes to indoor activities,” Governor Cuomo said. “As always, we will continue to work with our local partners to make sure venues are following basic safety guidelines.”
Over the weekend, the state’s 7-day average positivity rate dropped to its lowest point since the pandemic started. It’s now just 0.67%.
Cortland County still more than doubles this figure with a 2.1% positivity rate over the past 7 days, averaging 6.7 cases per day.
Currently, there are 49 active cases including eight people in the hospital.
An estimated 56.76% of adults 18+ and 46.38% of the entire county population received at least one dose of vaccine.
Two one-dose Johnson & Johnson clinics are planned for residents in outlying areas of the county:
- Thursday, June 3 at the Willet Fire Station
- Wednesday, June 9 at the Truxton Fire Station
Both will run from 4-6 pm. Online registration is available here. Walk-ins are also welcome.