New York City Mayor Adams recently announced that effective March 7, 2022, a number of COVID-related restrictions in NYC will be lifted. Indoor venues, including
restaurants, will no longer be required to check for proof of vaccination before customers enter. Masks will no longer be required on public school grounds for kindergarten
to 12th grade students. However, as we had previously reported, the New York City vaccination mandate, implemented by former Mayor DeBlasio, that has been in effect for
all businesses in New York City and potentially applies to fiscal intermediaries, subject to certain exceptions, will continue to be in effect for now. As a reminder, CHHAs and
LHCSAs are already covered by the NYS DOH vaccination mandate, which also continues to be in effect.