After a year of depressing lock downs and government restrictions, there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel for the big apple.
The New York Post reported: “New York City’s subways will resume 24/7, around-the-clock operations on May 17, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday — almost one year to the day after he ordered nightly shut downs to facilitate COVID-19 cleaning.”
This comes shortly after Mayor Bill De Blasio announced that New York City will be fully reopened by July 1st.
Shortly after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that most capacity restrictions in New York would be lifted on May 19th. The same can he said for New Jersey, and Connecticut.
Specifically effected will be gyms, barber shops, salons, movie theatres, retail, and other commercial settings. Regulations will also let up in places of worship.
Churches, Mosques, and Synagogue’s should have never been effected in the first place as per the first amendment.