The New York Post reports:
New York City will come even more back to life on Monday as it crosses into Phase Two of reopening from its coronavirus-triggered shutdown.
Under Phase Two of the state’s four-phase reopening plan, restaurants and bars can open for outdoor dining — and office spaces, real estate services, in-store retail, barbershops and hair salons, car dealerships and houses of worship can also all open at limited capacity.
A minimum of 150,000 Big Apple employees and as many as 300,000 will return to work in Phase Two, de Blasio said. The city’s three COVID-19 indicators “really speak volumes,” the mayor said, adding, “They’ve been really, really consistent.”