New York's reopening guidelines...
...Metric #1: Decline in Total Hospitalizations
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that reopening be dependent on a downward trajectory of hospitalizations and infections over a 14-day period.
Metric #2: Decline in Deaths
Before reopening, a region must experience a sustained decline in the three-day rolling average of daily hospital deaths over the course of a 14-day period.
Metric #3: New Hospitalizations
In addition to monitoring the decline in disease trajectory, it's important to monitor the absolute level of infection in each region. This is because it's possible for a region that has seen a high level of infections " for example, New York City " to see a sustained decline in hospitalizations and deaths over a 14-day period, while still having an underlying infection rate that is too high to allow for a safe phased re-opening.
A phased re-opening for each region will be conditioned on the occurrence of fewer than two new hospitalizations per 100,000 residents (measured on a three-day rolling average).
Metric #4: Hospital Bed Capacity
...Regions must have at least 30 percent of their total hospital beds available before a phased re-open can begin.
Metric #5: ICU Bed Capacity
...Accordingly, regions must have at least 30 percent of their ICU beds available before a phased re-opening can begin....
See the cited guide for the full details, as I excerpted the metrics...