New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to the media and tours a newly opened drive through COVID-19 mobile testing center on March 13. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

On Sunday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo extended his stay-at-home order in New York through “at least” April 15.

Under the decision, the non-essential workforce, which would include theater workers, in New York must work from home until that date. This would appear to extend the current Broadway closures at least two days past the current re-opening date.

Cuomo said in a press conference that he will “re-evaluate” the timeline every two weeks.

The Broadway League initially said theaters would re-open on April 13. However, in a recent email to members, League President Charlotte St. Martin said the timeline was “uncertain” and depended on final approval from Cuomo.