Schools, Non-Essential Businesses To Remain Closed Through April 29
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday that all schools and non-essential businesses in New York state will remain closed due to COVID-19 until at least April 29.
Cuomo made the announcement during his daily press conference.
The Jamestown Public Schools District had previously closed its schools until at least Monday, April 20. The new mandate now pushes back a potential opening for all schools statewide until Wednesday, April 29.
In related news, Regents exams scheduled to take place in high schools across the state in June have been canceled, Board of Regents Chancellor Betty Rosa said Monday.