Endicott mayor asks for public’s support of ‘Yellow Zone’ mandates

first_img“I’m asking everyone to act responsibly, comply with the restrictions,” Mayor Jackson said. “[Also], limit personal contact starting Friday through the 14-day period.” The restrictions begin Friday, as ordered by Broome County Executive Jason Garnar. Houses of worship may function at only 50% capacity.A maximum of 25 people will be allowed at indoor and outdoor mass gatherings.Only four people will be allowed per table for indoor and outdoor dining.Schools will remain open, but mandatory weekly testing of students, staff and teachers will be required for in person settings. In a news release, Mayor Jackson said she supports the governor’s implementation of the Yellow Zone restrictions. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — Endicott Mayor Linda Jackson is asking people to adhere to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s New Cluster Action Initiative’s mandates. In a Yellow Zone, the following restrictions will take place: The governor says parts of Broome County, including Binghamton, Johnson City and Endicott make up parts of the Yellow Zone.last_img read more