On Monday, June 8th, New York City will enter Phase 1 of a four-part reopening plan. The city has been under a stay-at-home order (or as Governor Andrew Cuomo branded it: PAUSE) since March 22nd, though many aspects of life in the city were already winding down in the weeks before that. In mid-March, bars and restaurants moved to take-out and delivery only, schools shut down, cultural institutions and Broadway went dark, and many companies pivoted to a work-from-home plan. Millions of New Yorkers have been largely sequestered in their apartments for three months in an effort to help curb the spread of COVID-19, but now the city will attempt to slowly reopen, and below you can find the key points to each phase.
But first, you can’t talk about reopening the city without talking about the city’s main arteries — here’s the MTA’s plan:
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