New York City's indoor dining will be shut down, according to a Friday report from The Hill.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) announced Friday that the new regulations are in an attempt to stem the tide of rising COVID-19 cases across the city and state. The ban goes into effect on Monday.
According to Cuomo, restaurants will still be permitted to utilize outdoor dining and offer both takeout and delivery options to customers.
The outlet reported that indoor dining resumed at just 25% capacity in late September in New York City.