Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in certain neighborhoods, the City is implementing restrictions for businesses, schools, and gatherings in three zones identified by the State— red, orange, yellow. Red zones are the areas of the most concern and the greatest restrictions.
Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases citywide, additional citywide restrictions are in effect.
As of Monday, December 14, all restaurants, bars, catering halls, clubs, manufacturers with tasting rooms, and other food service establishments in New York City must close indoor dining until further notice. Outdoor dining, takeout and delivery are still allowed. Restaurants and bars are still required to close outdoor dining from 10 PM to 5 AM daily. Takeout and delivery are still allowed after 10 PM, except for alcoholic beverages.
As of Friday, November 13, all gyms and fitness centers must close from 10 PM to 5 AM daily.
Manhattan COVID Zones:
- Effective November 25, a yellow zone, which covers a large portion of upper Manhattan, has been added.
Staten Island COVID Zones:
- Effective November 25, the entire borough of Staten Island has been covered by either an orange or a yellow zone.
Bronx COVID Zones:
- Effective November 19, two yellow zones, which cover large portions of the Bronx, have been added.
Brooklyn COVID Zones:
- Effective November 19, the orange zone has moved to yellow.
- Effective November 19, the pre-existing yellow zone has been removed.
Queens COVID Zones:
- Effective November 19, the Queens yellow zone has been expanded.
|Businesses||Essential businesses open||Open, with additional restrictions for high-risk businesses *||Open|
|Dining||Delivery and takeout only||Delivery, takeout, and outdoor dining only|
4 person maximum per table
|Delivery, takeout, and outdoor dining only|
4 person maximum per table
* High-risk non-essential businesses:
- Gyms, fitness centers and classes must operate at 25% capacity.
- Barber shops, hair salons, and other personal care services can provide services so long as employees performing services are tested for COVID-19 on a weekly basis. Other personal care services include spas, tattoo or piercing parlors, nail technicians and nail salons, cosmetologists, estheticians, laser hair removal, and electrolysis.
You can use the City's COVID-19 zone finder to find out which zone a business is located in.
If the business is within a defined COVID-19 zone, you can report it here.
If the business is not in a currently designated COVID-19 zone, visit the Business Reopening Complaint page instead.
If the restaurant or bar is not in a currently designated COVID-19 zone, visit the Restaurant or Bar Reopening Complaint page instead.
An exact address and business name are required to file a complaint. If you would like to report more than one business, you must file a complaint for each business/location.