The state’s court system says courts in New York City will allow more staff members to return to in-person work starting Wednesday.

The move comes after state officials gave New York City, once the epicenter of the nation’s coronavirus crisis, the green light to reopen a new portion of its economy. The city is now in a reopening phase that allows for office-based jobs, real estate services and in-store retail shopping.

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