Coronavirus Closings, Postponements, Cancelations

The LGBT Community Center on West 13th Street is closed indefinitely due to the coronavirus.
GayCenter.Org

The following is a tally as of March 13 in the early evening of closures, postponements, cancelations — and some venues that remain open for customers. Check with the web addresses noted for up-to-the-minute information.

Community & Health Centers
LGBT Community Center, Manhattan: closed indefinitely effective March 13
gaycenter.org

Brooklyn Pride Community Center: closed indefinitely effective March 14
lgbtbrooklyn.org

SAGE Centers across New York City: closed through the end of March; all March events postponed
sageusa.org/

Destination Tomorrow: The Bronx LGBT Center: closed through the end of March
destinationtomorrow.org/

Pride Center of Staten Island: closed through March 23
pridecentersi.org

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center: Bronx clinic is temporarily closed, with services consolidated at its Chelsea location. The Bronx pharmacy remains open.
callen-lorde.org

Apicha Community Health Center: open but no COVID-19 testing available; call ahead at 212-334-6029 if you have cold or flu symptoms
apicha.org

 

Museums
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art: temporarily closed, to be reviewed on a weekly basis.
leslielohman.org

American Museum of Natural History: closed until further notice
amnh.org

Brooklyn Museum: closed until further notice
brooklymuseum.org

Guggenheim Museum: closed
guggenheim.org

Jewish Museum: closed through March 27
thejewishmuseum.org

Metropolitan Museum of Art: closed
metmuseum.org

The Morgan Library & Museum: closed through March 30
themorgan.org

Museum of Modern Art: closed through March 30
moma.org

New Museum of Contemporary Art: closed until further notice
newmuseum.org/

New-York Historical Society: closed through April 30
nyhistory.org

The Rubin Museum of Art: closed through March 31
rubinmuseum.org

Whitney Museum: closed
whitney.org

 

Performance/ Event Spaces
All Broadway theaters closed

Off-Broadway houses with less than 500 seating capacity can seat no more than 50 percent capacity

92nd Street Y, closed through march 22
92y.org

Brooklyn Academy of Music, closed through March 29
bam.org

Carnegie Hall, closed through through March 31
carnegiehall.org

Chelsea Piers, closed through March 31
chelseapiers.com

Lincoln Center, closed through March 31
lincolncenter.org

Madison Square Garden, closed
msg.com

New York Botanical Garden: closed through March 31
nybg.org

New York Public Library: all branches closed through March 31
nypl.org

Brooklyn Public Library: all branches open, but all events canceled through March 31
bklynlibrary.org

 

Special Events
Gay City New Impact Awards: postponed until September 24
eventbrite.com/e/gay-city-news-2020-impact-awards-annual-gala-tickets-91732035989

GLAAD Media Awards, March 19 New York City gala: postponed
glaad.org

Tribeca Film Festival: April 15-26 schedule postponed
tribecafilm.com/

 

LGBTQ Nightspots That Have Closed Temporarily
Eagle NYC, closed temporarily
eagle-ny.com/

3 Dollar Bill, closed
3dollarbillbk.com/

 

LGBTQ Nightspots Open as of March 13
Given calls by many in the community to close bars and restaurants — and the decision by several states to do exactly that — Gay City News has made the decision to remove the list of nightspots that are remaining open. If you are uncertain of the logic for this kind of action, read read Charlie Warzel’s op-ed in The New York Times about the impact such social gatherings have on the spread of the coronavirus.

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