Cuomo: New York and 3 nearby states to open beaches Memorial Day weekend
New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware will open their beaches for Memorial Day weekend, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday. The beaches, however, will have restrictions and visitors must maintain social distancing, he said.
During his daily coronavirus briefing, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced that Jersey shore points and lakes will be open come Memorial Day weekend. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says that the USNS Comfort will now be able to treat COVID-19 patients. Aired on 4/6/2020. New Jersey beaches have reopened to visitors for Memorial Day weekend with social distancing guidelines encouraged. NBC's Maura Barrett has details. During his daily coronavirus briefing, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that with state beaches opening for Memorial Day, there will be a limit of how many people can enter the beach due to social distancing rules.