NBC New York reports:
New York City’s road to recovery takes another significant milestone step on Monday when an estimated 80,000 municipal workers are scheduled to return to their offices for the first time in over a year after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered most buildings last March.
Mayor Bill de Blasio had announced the May 3 return of thousands of city employees in yet another signal that the city hurtling toward a full reopening. It comes almost two months before the citywide reopening he hopes to see by July 1.
But not everyone is ready to head back. Hundreds of city employees protested outside City Hall on Saturday the decision to go back into the office.
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Tens of thousands of New York City workers are set to return to their offices for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.https://t.co/whPUuN5igr
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) May 2, 2021
What’s that on the horizon?
The greatest city in the world making a comeback! pic.twitter.com/V9bTC3oZ2p
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) May 2, 2021