The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Friday announced a new set of restrictions at two federal courthouses in lower Manhattan, as the court continues to scale back its operations in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Starting April 13, nearly all of the district court’s limited activity will be conducted at the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse on Pearl Street, according to a memo posted on the court’s website. The courthouse would remain open, but only to hear urgent criminal matters, including arraignments, emergency bail applications and reviews, the memo said.

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