Offices will be able to allow workers to return at 75 percent capacity, casinos and gaming facilities will go from 25 to 50 percent, and stadium capacity outdoors can increase from 20 to 33 percent on May 15, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced at a news conference in Syracuse on Monday.
They’re around the final turn and into the homestretch at Belmont Park, which is opening its doors to a brand-new venue in UBS Arena — the home of the New York Islanders beginning in the 2021-22 NHL season.
State legislative leaders and Gov. Andrew Cuomo reached an agreement on Tuesday afternoon for spending plan going into fiscal year 2022 — but the handshake came six days beyond the April 1 deadline.
The Coliseum will open its doors to 1,000 frontline healthcare workers —all of whom will be guests of the Islanders — to take in Thursday’s matchup.
Long Island pharmacist Tom D’Angelo spoke about his first-hand experience so far in this fledgling phase of Covid-19 vaccinations.