Good news in New York — the city that never used to sleep is finally waking up from its COVID freeze. Most capacity restrictions on restaurants, offices, churches, theaters and museums will end May 19th.
Before then, crowds at outdoor events can expand and subways will return to 24-hour service. The announcement from Gov. Cuomo’s office checks nearly all the important boxes — except one: Crime.
Nobody seems to be responsible for stopping the surge of murder and…
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