UPDATED 6/18/20 - The impact of COVID-19 is rapidly changing the normal flow of life in the Greater Huntington community. In these difficult times, Living Huntington wants to help!
Note: This situation remains fluid and is evolving rapidly. All information below is subject to change at any time.
Recent Updates (6/18/20)
Great news Huntington!! On June 24, 2020 the greater Huntington community will enter Phase III of the New York State re-opening program! What does this mean? It means that restaurants and food services businesses can re-open for indoor dining (subject to NY State guidance).
Nassau and Suffolk counties are expected to enter Phase 3 of the reopening June 24, allowing the reopening of food services and personal care businesses
Restaurants will be able to serve food and drinks indoors subject to New York State Guidance for Employers and Employees. This includes all places that sell food: Restaurants, bars, food trucks.
-- Food service organizations will have to limit capacity to half of the maximum occupancy (exclusive of employees);
-- Tables inside and out must be spaced six feet apart;
-- Staff will wear masks at all times.
-- Customers can take off their masks while seated.
-- Tables will be limited to 10 people.
-- The state recommends restaurants provide single-use, disposable menus or display menus in a common place.
-- Restaurants should limit the use of devices like buzzers to alert customers that seating or an order is ready.
To learn more about New York State’s food service guidance please visit: https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/Food_Services_Summary_Guidelines.pdf
Personal Care Services will be able to open subject to New York State Guidance for Employers and Employees.
The following personal care services businesses will reopen on June 24, 2020.
-- Nail salons,
-- Tattoo piercing facilities,
-- Appearance enhancement practitioners,
-- Massage therapy,
-- Tanning salons and Waxing services
To learn more about New York State’s personal care guidance please visit: https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/Personal_Care_Summary_Guidelines.pdf
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