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Economic euphoria wins deconfined New York

2021-05-03T19:29:47.230Z

REPORT - Activities are gradually resuming thanks to massive vaccinations and health improvements. At New York New York, the sleeping beauty, had not seen this for sixteen months: Manhattan transformed into a vibrating beehive, its arteries again congested, the noria of sirens and horns, Broadway and its shops, between Canal Street and Union Square, taken stormed by a crowd in a spending mood. The late arrival of spring favors this popular outbreak, synonymous with consumer frenzy, but the Big



At New York

New York, the sleeping beauty, had not seen this for sixteen months: Manhattan transformed into a vibrating beehive, its arteries again congested, the noria of sirens and horns, Broadway and its shops, between Canal Street and Union Square, taken stormed by a crowd in a spending mood.

The late arrival of spring favors this popular outbreak, synonymous with consumer frenzy, but the Big Apple especially celebrates the progress made in a vigorous vaccination campaign.

6.4 million doses administered, at the last count, and 34% of the city fully vaccinated, while the rate of contamination continues to decrease (3.18%) with less than one hundred new patients per day.

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On the back of these satisfactory figures, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on April 29 that the restaurant industry, in agony since March 2020, could increase its capacity from 50 to 75% as of May 7, before a full reopening for the 1

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Source: lefigaro

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