New York City to reopen indoor dining
On January 29 local time, New York governor Cuomo said at a news conference that if the positive rate of new coronavirus test and hospitalization rate continue to maintain the current downward trend, then on February 14, New York City restaurants can reopen indoor dining with 25% of the passenger flow.
The novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic in New York is declining, and the positive rate has dropped to 4.65%, the lowest since December 11th last year, Como said. At the same time, he also announced that the wedding ceremony may resume on March 15, and follow certain guidelines, but all participants must pass the new crown test, and the venue should not exceed 50% of the capacity, with a maximum of 150 people, and must be approved by the local health department. Regarding vaccines, novel coronavirus pneumonia vaccine dose increased by 16% in New York in the next three weeks, and a large vaccination site will be opened at Yankee Stadium, but Como did not confirm the official start of the operation, he said. (CCTV reporter Xu Zhen)