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“The gradual reopening of New York’s businesses and movement toward normalcy in daily activities has provided a lot of optimism and hope for our small business owners, consumers, employees and residents of New York,” states Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay.
“To that end, my colleagues in the Minority Conference and I are pleased to see graduating high school students included in those reopening efforts. New guidance was recently announced that will allow in-person graduation ceremonies to take place. This is an important milestone and day for students, and it is critical that no group of individuals is overlooked as we continue to reopen our state,” he continued.
However, the Assemblyman warns that there is still much further to go. “We cannot needlessly restrict important social, recreational and economic activities without good cause. New Yorkers have learned a great deal and have made incredible sacrifices to change their day-to-day lives. With the proper protocols in place, we can, and we will, be able to celebrate the great accomplishments of our graduating seniors. They earned this day, and they deserve to be able to enjoy it as others have in years past.”
‘ The challenges we have faced and the hardships we have endured over the past year have been extraordinary, to say the least. It is extremely important that, now, as the worst parts of lockdown and quarantine subside, we give our residents, students, families and all those who were forced to forego important milestones and events a chance to experience as much as possible. Being able to walk across the stage, proudly, in front of loved ones is exactly the sort of thing we ought to be working toward making happen on a regular basis,” he concluded.