Manufacturing and construction operations would be the first industries to be put back into business under a reopening plan outlined by Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday. The legal profession, particularly in New York City, would have to wait for a while until freely using offices for services defined as “nonessential.”

New York state remains under sweeping lockdown measures spurred by the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected at least 291,000 people statewide.

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