During his daily briefing on Sunday, June 14, 2020, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said "low-risk" youth sports would be allowed in regions that have entered Phase 3 of reopening.
ALBANY â€” Good news for families with young children itching to get back out onto the field â€” some youth sports will be allowed next month in regions of New York in Phase 3 of reopening.
During his daily briefing on Sunday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said beginning July 6, some "low risk" youth sports can start back up within regions that have entered Phase 3.
Regions in Phase 3 currently include the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier, Central New York, Mohawk Valley and the North Country.
Western New York and the Capital Region are expected to go to Phase 3 on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. The Hudson Valley is on pace to hit Phase 3 on June 23.
The youth sports allowed in Phase 3 after July 6 are:
"Young people can engage in sports ... so that's another step towards return to normalcy," Cuomo said Sunday.
Each child is allowed no more than two spectators at an event, Cuomo said.