The city most affected by the conoravirus reached a milestone on Monday.
New York will begin to reopen after being hit by a pandemic, followed by outbursts of racism and police brutality.
New York eased restrictions that closed schools, businesses and much of the city’s life in March.
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The city had a commandant for most of last week. Famous shops were put on board after days of unrest. The lights have gone out in the Broadway theaters and the subway is no longer working overnight.
Construction, manufacturing, wholesalers and previously “non-essential”
The city is trying to return to business after becoming the epicenter of the US coronavirus epidemic, undergoing a spike that killed more than 500 people a day at its peak from early to mid-April. In total, more than 21,000 people worldwide have died from confirmed or possibly COVID-19.
Crowds of New Yorkers spend time outdoors. More restaurants are offering transportation services, and thousands are marching in protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd police in Minneapolis.
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Passengers will find subway schedules until the usual Monday, with signs showing people how far they can stand – or try – on platforms. The stop from 1:00 to 5:00, which started in early May, will continue so that trains can be cleaned.
From 8:00 to 5:00. curfew was canceled on Sunday, a day earlier than originally planned.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.