New York City, Once the U.S. Epicenter of Coronavirus, Eyes June Reopening

Officials in New York City, which was once the U.S. epicenter of the coronavirus, are making plans to lift restrictions as the number of new cases there levels off. Mayor Bill de Blasio outlined a possible phased approach, which he expects to begin in the first half of June, with “anywhere from 200,000 to 400,000” people returning to work in the first phase.

Four months after the first novel coronavirus infection was confirmed in the United States, the virus has claimed more than 100,000 lives here. It has killed people in every state. It has found victims in dense cities and rural towns. Some of the victims were well-known; many were unsung.

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