de Blasio Administration declared thathealth and human services providers would continue toget paid even if they could no longer meet their contractual performance targets

In mid-March, the de Blasio Administration declared that health and human services providers would continue to get paid even if they could no longer meet their contractual performance targets due to the pandemic. But on April  3 providers whose contracts are with the City Council received a letter stating that only costs for "essential work" performed after March 22—the date that Governor Cuomo's pause order went into effect—would be reimbursed. 

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