Governor Cuomo has announced adjusted and additional warning (Orange) and precautionary (Yellow) zones, which go into effect Wednesday (November 24) for businesses.
- New York City
- Staten Island – Parts of Staten Island transition to an orange zone, with the remainder of the island a yellow.
- Manhattan – A new yellow zone will be established in the Washington Heights area
- Monroe County
- The City of Rochester and surrounding areas will transition to an orange zone after meeting the positivity, new cases, and hospitalizations metrics for orange zone designation. The rest of the existing yellow zone will remain a Precautionary yellow zone.
- Nassau County
- Yellow Precautionary zones will be established in and around Great Neck and Massapequa Park.
- Onondaga County
- The City of Syracuse and surrounding areas will transition to an orange precautionary zone after seeing continued increases in positivity and number of cases, as well as hospitalizations. The existing yellow zone will remain a yellow precautionary zone, and parts of it will be expanded.
- Suffolk County
- Parts of Suffolk County including Hampton Bays and Riverhead will be designated as Precautionary Yellow Zones
In addition, Governor Cuomo noted the following:
On the warning track, parts of Erie County are on track to become a red zone. Westchester County, parts of it are on track to become an orange and a red zone, Orange County on track to become an orange zone, unfortunate coincidence between Orange County and orange zone, Putnam County, Brewster is on track to become a yellow zone, Ontario, Victor on track to become a yellow zone.
For the latest information on all active Micro-Cluster designation information, including maps and the ability to look up specific addresses, please visit the Micro-Cluster Strategy Website. As film office specific information becomes available, NYPA will push it out.