Long Island Is Entering Phase 2 On Wednesday: Here's What That Means

On Monday, Governor Cuomo announced Long Island will be entering Phase II on Wednesday, June 10th. Hair salons and barbershops will come back, outdoor dining will be set up. It also includes office-based jobs, real estate and more.

Here is a full list breakdown of what will be and not be opened on Long Island starting Wednesday:

Office-based jobs include:

  • Professional services
  • Administrative support
  • Information technology


  • In-store shopping;
  • Rental, repair, and cleaning
  • Limited service barbershop and hair salons
  • Outdoor dining
  • Motor vehicle leasing, rental, and sales

Real estate services:

  • Building and property management
  • Leasing, rental, and sales services

The following will remain closed in Phase II:

  • Indoor dining;
  • Large gathering or event venus
  • In-person gyms, fitness centers, and exercise classes
  • Casinos
  • Movie theaters
  • Amusement parks

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