Businesses groups are pressing New York officials to stymie potential coronavirus infection lawsuits from workers and customers, even as reports pile up that companies are not following the reopening plan.
Companies statewide are navigating under new coronavirus rules as New York works through a gradual reopening plan, which on Monday included New York City opening up a large swath of its economy. The city, once the epicenter of the nation’s coronavirus crisis, estimates the move could bring up to 300,000 people back to the five boroughs for work.
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