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New York mandates non-essential businesses to reduce in-office workforce

State Issues New York Covid-19

State Issues

On March 19, the New York Governor signed Executive Order 202.7, mandating that all non-essential businesses that require in-office personnel to decrease their in-office workforce by 75 percent, and directing implementation of work-from-home policies.  Banks are considered essential services, and are not subject to the Executive Order. The Executive Order also authorized notary services to be performed utilizing audio-visual technology, provided compliance with certain conditions for authentication and process can be met.

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