In New York, restrictions on the number of people in public places have ended

People are in no hurry to remove their masks, despite the recommendations of the federal authorities that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear them.

Restrictions on the number of people in cafes, museums, libraries, and other public institutions have ceased to operate formally in New York.

New York began to return gradually to normal life in April, when, despite the continuation of restrictive measures, people began to take to the streets more often. The owners of the cafe around this time began to ignore increasingly the existing restrictions on the number of visitors. However, New Yorkers are still wary of infection.

The number of people on public transport is increasing, especially during rush hour, but the first day without restrictions did not lead to a sharp increase in passenger traffic. People are in no hurry to remove the masks, despite the recommendations of the federal authorities that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear them. Offices publish rules that require you to maintain a mask regime inside the premises, regardless of the vaccination status.

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Author: Ivan Maltsev
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