Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday extended New York's stay-at-home order through June 13. The state's lockdown order was set to expire Friday.
Cuomo's executive order would continue the state's "New York State on PAUSE" policy launched in March at the onset of the coronavirus outbreak.
"All enforcement mechanisms by state or local governments shall continue to be in full force and effect until June 13, 2020, unless later extended or amended by a future Executive Order," he said.
Despite the shutdown extension, Cuomo cited four New York regions that were eligible for reopening starting on Friday.