Tuesday afternoon, Governor Cuomo’s office posted two more Executive Orders, 202.103 and 202.104, his one hundred and sixth and seventh Executive Order during the COVID-19 state of emergency, and his sixth and seventh since the law limiting Governor Cuomo’s authority to issue such orders was enacted.
Executive Order 202.103, dated April 25, 2021, continues for thirty days the declaration of the State Disaster Emergency effective March 7, 2020, as set forth in Executive Order 202, through May 25, 2021. Executive Order 202.103 also continues the suspensions and modifications of law, and any directives, unless superseded, modified or otherwise expired, made by Executive Order 202 and each successor Executive Order to 202, for thirty days until May 25, 2021. Executive Order 202.103 is effective from April 25, 2021 through May 25, 2021. A copy of Executive Order 202.103 can be found here.
Executive Order 202.104, dated April 26, 2021, modifies and extends the certain previously issued directive set forth below. Executive Order 202.104 is effective from April 26, 2021 through May 26, 2021. A copy of Executive Order 202.104 can be found here.
- The directive contained in Executive Orders 202.96, as extended and modified, that permitted movie theaters in any location of the state to open effective March 5, 2021, at 25% capacity with up to 50 people maximum per screen, subject to strict adherence to Department of Health guidance, is extended and modified to provide that movie theaters shall be permitted to operate at an occupancy level determined by the Department of Health, effective April 26, 2021, subject to state-issued guidance.