Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday confirmed that New York City law firms would be able to return to in-office work starting June 22 as coronavirus business restrictions are loosened for the area.

He said experts have reviewed COVID-19 data and have given the city the greenlight to move into phase two of the state’s reopening scheme June 22. That phase allows companies to bring back office-based jobs, real estate services and in-store shopping in the city.

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