Exactly 100 days after the first coronavirus case was confirmed in New York City, some workers began returning to jobs on Monday at the start of reopening from a citywide shutdown to battle the epidemic that killed almost 22,000 of its residents.
With the virus in check, at least for now, many stores previously deemed non-essential were cleared to reopen - for delivery and pickup, though not browsing inside. Construction, manufacturing and wholesalers also received the go-ahead to resume work.
When, later that month, two police officers were fatally shot in Brooklyn while they were sitting in their patrol auto, a police union leader said Mr de Blasio had blood on his hands. "Let's hope it continues".
Subway rider Jim Duke, who commutes from the NY suburb of Putnam County, said normally packed trains had few enough riders to accommodate social distancing from other commuters.
Owners of smaller shops were eager to reopen, even if they didn't expect much business.
But he warned the city against letting its guard down and jeopardizing its hard-won progress against the virus: "Let's hold onto it. Let's build on it". The city's law enforcement has been long accused of racism. Officials who had focused for months on public health and economic woes are now also facing urgent pressure for police reform.
The Hudson Valley region has just become the latest in NY to enter Phase 2 of reopening the economy as the state recovers from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In the early morning, he announced on Twitter that New York City's first curfew since World War II would end immediately, a day earlier than planned. The number has since dropped into the single digits. He vowed that the cuts would not compromise the safety of New Yorkers.
Sam Solomon wondered what normal will look like from now on.
"I know he just recently said that he wasn't going to do that", he said.
The city tries to get back to business after becoming the epicenter of the USA coronavirus outbreak, suffering a surge that killed more than 500 people a day at its early-to-mid-April peak. In early April, more than 6,000 people a day were testing positive.
The virus is sill raging in places like Brazil, which over the weekend stopped reporting its death toll. "That was basically one of our major demands - one of many - but we were specific on numbers". More restaurants offered carryout service, and thousands of people marched in protests sparked by the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd. "Far fewer protesters showed up last night than anticipated!"
The comments came only two days after the mayor told reporters on Friday that he did "not believe it's a good idea to reduce the budget of the agency that's here to keep us safe".
"It's going to be a big test", said Dr Bruce Polsky, a city resident who is chairman of medicine at NYU Winthrop hospital in suburban Mineola.
Pour rappel, il avait été transféré dans le club allemand pour 25 millions d'euros, en janvier, avant d'être prêté à l'OL. Une bonne nouvelle pour Die Alte Dame (La Vieille Dame) qui pourra compter sur son nouveau joueur dès la présaison.
The " Keeping Up With The Kardashians " star recently split from Sofia Richie but has been hanging out with his loved ones. She is only looking out for him and his best interest and it was primarily her decision for them to split.
His lawyers said that would be "disappointing" given his willingness to provide a written statement voluntarily. Attorney General William Barr told Fox News on Monday that prosecutors are not seeking to extradite Andrew.
Plus de 200 millions seront également consacrés à l'achat d'aéronefs pour la gendarmerie et la sécurité civile. Selon le patron d'Airbus , Guillaume Faury, la " survie " de la compagnie avec 48 000 salariés est " en jeu ".
The storm also forced a waterlogged stretch of Interstate 10 in north Florida to close for a time Sunday. No injuries have yet been reported, however, tree limbs were knocked down and there were power outages.
One was the daughter of Triple Crown victor American Pharoah and the other was sired by Belmont Stakes victor Tonalist. Also trained by Clement and owned by West Point Thoroughbreds, Hot Mist won her debut on May 16 at Tampa Bay Downs.
Australia's S&P/ASX 200 jumped 2.5% while Chinese shares started on a firm footing with the blue-chip CSI300 index rising 0.4%. Investors are now seeking further clarity on US monetary policy after the Fed's two-day policy meeting ends on Wednesday.
Six new people have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Sunday, bringing the total to 26 positive cases in Whitman County. They are worn to prevent infected people who may not be showing symptoms of COVID-19 from spreading the virus to others.
The stands will be virtualised and will offer to-scale images of seated fans wearing the home club's colours. Sevilla and Real Betis will kickstart the La Liga as both sides will take the field on June 11.
The president's actions drew rebukes from several former high-ranking military officials, including retired Marine Corps Gen. Those figures, however, were statistically similar to responses collected in late May and at the beginning of the year.
Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus 'very rare', says WHO
Then, if cases are linked to a demonstration, a call could go out to get everyone who participated in that event to be tested. According to Tedros, active surveillance and contact tracing are still essential to ensure the virus doesn't rebound.