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Coronavirus closures

Coronavirus (Credit: California Gov)
  • Amid the pandemic, New York officials have suspended eviction proceedings indefinitely. In a memo, New York’s Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Malks said that starting Tuesday, eviction proceedings and pending eviction orders will be suspended statewide. The judge’s rule will apply to all evictions, including commercial evictions. (TRD)
  • Mayor Bill de Blasio announced late Sunday that the city’s restaurants and bars will only provide take-out or delivery service as authorities struggle to get ahead of the mounting coronavirus pandemic. The restrictions will take effect Tuesday at 9 a.m. The city is ordering that nightclubs, movie theaters, concert venues, and playhouses be closed down. (NYPost)
  • The American Dream mall is heeding the call of officials and public health agencies. The partially-opened mega-mall will close today to “help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.” (NJ)
  • MGM Resorts International announced its decision to temporarily suspend operations at its Las Vegas properties until further notice. (PR)
  • Residential brokerages are reacting to the growing concern surrounding the coronavirus pandemic: Compass’ New York regional employees are going to be working from home for at least two weeks. Several other firms, including Brown Harris Stevens, Triplemint, Halstead, Leslie J. Garfield and Douglas Elliman, have advised agents to work from home, as concern over contagion intensifies. (TRD)

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