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All In NYC: Stay Well Pledge

New York City’s dynamism is defined by its people—those who live here, those who work here and all who visit from afar. Ensuring everyone’s well-being is paramount right now, and it’s a community effort. We at NYC & Company are asking tourism and hospitality businesses and their guests to take this Pledge, backed by public health protocols, to help the five boroughs reopen responsibly.

Note: As of June 15, Governor Andrew Cuomo has removed most coronavirus restrictions in New York State. The government no longer requires businesses to maintain social distancing or masking and cleaning protocols; businesses are free to continue implementing these measures on an individual basis if they choose. In addition, businesses no longer need to gather patrons’ contact-tracing information.

Restrictions remain in effect for large-scale indoor event venues (more than 5,000 attendees). Proof of vaccination can be used to eliminate social distancing and mask requirements. Unvaccinated or unknown vaccination status individuals who are over the age of four must continue to present proof of a recent negative diagnostic Covid-19 test result and wear masks within the venue. But social distancing can be reduced or eliminated between tested attendees, allowing venues to reach 100 percent capacity in all sections. For more information, visit ny.gov.

Businesses pledge to:

Wash our hands and/or sanitize them frequently
Wash our hands and/or sanitize them frequently
Wear masks unless it is medically unsafe to do so
Wear masks unless it is medically unsafe to do so
Limit capacity and/or create space for social distancing
Limit capacity and/or create space for social distancing
Ensure staff health with wellness check-ins and sick days
Ensure staff health with wellness check-ins and sick days
Disinfect surfaces and common areas
Disinfect surfaces and common areas

Guests pledge to:

Wash our hands and/or sanitize them frequently
Wash our hands and/or sanitize them frequently
Wear masks unless it is medically unsafe to do so
Wear masks unless it is medically unsafe to do so
Keep our distance from anyone outside of our party
Keep our distance from anyone outside of our party
Use contactless payment like credit/debit when possible.
Use contactless payment like credit/debit when possible.
Stay home if sick and visit another time
Stay home if sick and visit another time


Do you represent an NYC business?
Click here to access materials for sharing the Pledge.

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See Who's Taken the Pledge

When a business takes the All In NYC: Stay Well Pledge, their guests do too. Click here for a list of places that have already made the commitment, and check back as more sign on. 

We are closely monitoring reopening plans for Broadway. We will share guidelines as soon as they become available.