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Hochul Executive Orders

March 1, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

No. 4.6: Continuing the Declaration of a Statewide Disaster Emergency Due to Healthcare Staffing Shortages in the State of New York
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February 15, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

Governor Ends Mask Mandate for Certain Businesses

Implications for various LeadingAge NY providers regarding mask mandate changes.

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February 14, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

No. 11.3: Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York
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February 1, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

Governor Extends EO 4 Through March 1st

EO extension has implications for workforce flexibilities and nursing home mandates.

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January 30, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

No. 4.5: Continuing the Declaration of a Statewide Disaster Emergency Due to Healthcare Staffing Shortages in the State of New York
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January 25, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

New York Mask Mandate Remains in Effect After Appellate Court Ruling

Appeals court judge blocks Jan. 24th lower court ruling to end statewide mask mandate for schools and public places.

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January 15, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

No. 11.2: Declaring a Disaster Emergency in the State of New York
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January 11, 2022

Hochul Executive Orders

Reminder on EO for Staffing Flexibilities

EO 4.4, which continues the declaration of a statewide staffing emergency, allows for continued staffing flexibilities for SNFs.

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December 31, 2021

Hochul Executive Orders

No. 4.4: Continuing the Declaration of a Statewide Disaster Emergency Due to Healthcare Staffing Shortages in the State of New York
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December 28, 2021

Hochul Executive Orders

EO on Staffing Shortages Extended; New EO Provides for Virtual Legislative Session and Additional Testing Capacity

EO 4.3 extends multiple staffing flexibilities through Jan. 26, 2022; EO 11 allows the State Legislature to work virtually at their discretion and health care providers, including long term care facilities, to contract with a CLIA-certified lab that is not licensed in New York State.

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