New York state issued 132 violations to bars and restaurants for not following coronavirus-related regulations over the weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters on a press call Monday.
Most of violations were issued to establishments in New York City, he said.
Since reopening bars and restaurants during the pandemic, 40 establishments have had their liquor licenses suspended as a result of coronavirus-related violations — 10 these suspensions were issued since Friday, Cuomo said.
He said the lack of compliance with social distancing policies, particularly among young people, is a concern his administration is watching closely.