Gov. Andrew Cuomo said bowling alleys can reopen in New York beginning Monday -- and he said he’s issuing guidelines to allow gyms to reopen in the near future.
The venues have been closed since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic-related shutdown, and remained closed even though every region of the state entered the final phase of the reopening process over a month ago.
Cuomo said the bowling alleys can be back in business Monday, with restrictions.
“Fifty percent occupancy, you must have a face covering, every other lane closed,” said Cuomo.