Three violations will result in the loss of an establishment’s liquor license.

A new policy mandated by Gov. Andrew Cuomo could shut down some establishments permanently — if they’re not careful.

The governor announced on Thursday a new three-strikes-and-you’re closed order that requires restaurants and bars to close after receiving three citations for failing to enforce safety measures such as face coverings and social distancing.

Additionally, Cuomo warned that the state will publicly post the names and locations of establishments facing disciplinary action from the State Liquor Authority.

By Kelly McCarthyRead More on the story from ABC News

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