Reopen New York: New York ski resorts allowed to open with restrictions from November 6


NEW YORK (WABC) – New York ski resorts will be allowed to open at 50% of their indoor capacity from November 6, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Sunday. Masks will be required except for eating / drinking or skiing , as well as social distancing at all times.Other rules include:

– Restrict gondolas / elevators to members of the same group; ski lessons limited to 10 people maximum
– Thorough cleaning and disinfection of shared / rented equipment
– Shuttles, food and drink, retail service must be within guidelines
– Reduce mountain capacity by 25% during “peak” days or if several trails are closed due to non-seasonal conditions

Cuomo added skiing in New York has some benefits, especially during the pandemic.

“If you ski in New York, not only do you have the best skiing in the United States, but you don’t have to quarantine yourself when you get back,” he said. “Go skiing in one of these other states, then you have to quarantine yourself for 14 days. Ski for 2, quarantine for 14. ”

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