Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York City law firms could be cleared to return to in-office work as early as June 22.
At a press conference in Albany on Wednesday, the Democrat reported that New York City is on track to enter phase two of the state’s reopening scheme June 22. That move would allow companies to bring back office-based jobs, real estate services and in-store retail shopping in the city.
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