ALBANY, N.Y. (WSYR) — The executive order that Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed at the beginning of the pandemic to help restaurants and bars survive the pandemic shutdown is set to expire Tuesday.
Take-out alcohol has been extended on a month-by-month basis since it began. In late March, Cuomo signed a last-minute extension to extend it to April 6. Unless the governor extends the order again, it will expire.
There is a bill proposed in Albany that would extend to-go alcohol for two years if it is passed and signed.