New York State COVID-19 Information
- Dashboard for COVID-19 Data in Schools
- Regional Monitoring Dashboard
- Industries Reopening by Phase
- NYSDOH COVID-19 Testing Tracker
- NYS Attorney General
- NYC Mayor Adams
- NYC Department of Health
Please click below for a listing of available federal, state and private business assistance and relief programs.
LAST UPDATED: JANUARY 17, 2022 AT 2:22 PM
- All New Yorkers 5 and older should get fully vaccinated.
- All eligible New Yorkers should get their booster dose.
- All New Yorkers 6 months and older should also get their flu shot.
- New Yorkers should get tested after traveling and before seeing family.
- All travelers, domestic and international, should continue to follow all CDC travel requirements.
- New Yorkers who don’t feel well should stay home.
- Wear masks in public indoor spaces and wash hands regularly.
- Small Businesses Guidance
- Student Borrowers Guidance
- Mortgage and Foreclosure Guidance
- Business Interruption Insurance Guidance
- Telehealth and Health Insurance Guidance
- Banking and Credit Cards Guidance
- The New York HERO Act
- The federal CARES Act – The Act provides enhanced Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) for New Yorkers. March 27, 2020.
- Paid Sick Leave for COVID-19 Impacted New Yorkers
- New Paid Family Leave for COVID-19
- The New York State Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act requires businesses to give early warning of closing and layoffs. Businesses must give notice to:
- All affected employees
- Any employee representative(s)
- The New York State Department of Labor (DOL)
- The Local Workforce Investment Board (LWIB)
- Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Portal
New York City
- NYC Department of Health – COVID19 Information
- NYC Department of Health COVID19 fact sheet
- NYC Department of Buildings
- NYC Agency Updates on Service Suspensions and Reductions
- NYC Emergency Food Assistance – Emergency food: If you need emergency food assistance, call the Emergency Food Hotline at 866-888-8777 or 311 to find a local pantry or kitchen. There is no income limit for emergency food.