Brendan’s latest update from NYC brings some more good news. I wish the 22 states who are seeing COVID-19 surges would only take heed of the measures New York had to take.
I hope all of my readers are well today, wherever you all may be.
Last week’s post talked about how we in New York City are in Phase One of reopening. As I’m typing this, we’re on the verge of entering Phase Two, which is expected to start next Monday. It came as a bit of a surprise to me, as I had expected to maybe wait until July to get to this phase.
What does this mean? In short, a lot of places will be able to reopen, including many offices, more retail, vehicle sales, and much more. For details on what Phase Two in New York State involves, you can learn about that here.
The reopening process is by no means over (there are four phases, and we’re about to enter Phase Two here), but we have come a long way. We used to have hundreds of…
View original post 214 more words
You must be logged in to post a comment.