Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last Updated: 1:30 pm, February 28, 2022
What You Need to Know
New York Forward

Industry partners should refer to New York Forward for the most up-to-date guidance. Industry specific guidance developed by the Department in response to the pandemic is no longer mandatory and is archived below. These archived documents are made available as a public reference and resource only. 

Additional Information

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Archived Guidance: Food Retail Businesses

Industry partners should refer to New York Forward Guidance for the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19. The industry specific guidance below was developed by the Department in response to the pandemic and is no longer mandatory. These archived documents are made available as a public reference and resource only. For more information, please visit the "What You Should Know" section at the top of this page.

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Archived Guidance: Horticulture and Landscaping Businesses

Industry partners should refer to New York Forward Guidance for the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19. 

The industry specific guidance below was developed by the Department in response to the pandemic and is no longer mandatory. These archived documents are made available as a public reference and resource only.

For more information, please visit the "What You Should Know" section at the top of this page.

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Archived Guidance: Animal Care

Industry partners should refer to New York Forward Guidance for the most up-to-date information regarding COVID-19. The industry specific guidance below was developed by the Department in response to the pandemic and is no longer mandatory. These archived documents are made available as a public reference and resource only. For more information, please visit the "What You Should Know" section at the top of this page.

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Charitable Organizations
Nourish NY

Nourish NY is rerouting surplus agricultural products to populations who need them most through New York's network of food banks.

Restaurant Resiliency

The Restaurant Resiliency Program sets aside $25 million to provide grants to restaurants that offer meals and other food-related items to New Yorkers within distressed or underrepresented communities.