Experience Fifth Avenue's cultural offerings from home through virtual tours. Access performances, museums, and more through a virtual lens! See galleries at The Museum of Modern Art, mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral and much more from home.
The Mayor’s Office announced assistance programs to support very small businesses impacted by COVID-19 including employee retention grants and no-interest loans.
This program is available to New York City businesses with one to four employees that can demonstrate at least a 25% decrease in revenue as a result of COVID-19. Eligible businesses will receive a grant covering up to 40% of their payroll for two months. Businesses can access up to $27,000. Apply for the program here.
Businesses with fewer than 100 employees who are seeing a decrease in revenue of 25% or more will be eligible for zero-interest loans up to $75,000 to help mitigate losses in profit.
For more information on the NYC Small Business Continuity Fund, and to receive updates from NYC Department of Small Business Services, take the SBS COVID-19 Business Assistance Survey.
Starting MONDAY, MARCH 16, at 8 PM restaurants, cafes, and bars that serve food must serve food via take-out and delivery only.
The Governor also announced that alcoholic beverages will now also be available for delivery, as a part of this rule. This is not a permanent change and would only be in effect for the duration of the mandatory closures.
Bars that do not serve food, along with nightclubs, gyms and fitness centers, movie theaters, small theater houses and concert venues must all close.