CORTLAND COUNTY, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Effective Wednesday, May 6, 2020, auto dealerships in Cortland County are able to conduct business under strict guidelines.
The most important of which is maintaining social distancing and wearing a facemask or face covering as long as Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Order is in effect. If an individual doesn’t have a facemask or face covering, and they are not supplied one by the dealer, they won’t be able to enter the dealership.
A spokesperson for the Cortland County legislature goes on to say: At this time it is recommended that high-risk customers, such as individuals with serious health problems or immune-compromised conditions be scheduled. Otherwise, customers may drop in subject to guidelines outlined in the release.
The entire release can be read below.
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