New York City Enters Phase 3 of Reopening, But Skips Indoor Dining

Carroll Gardens. Photo by Susan De Vries

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    The latest milestone in New York City’s recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic begins today, Monday, July 6, with Phase 3 of reopening. But unlike the previous two phases, the atmosphere for this latest stage in bringing the five boroughs back into high gear is one of trepidation.

    Phase 3 brings the return of personal care businesses such as nail salons, massage parlors, spas, cosmetic surgery and tanning salons. Those looking to get a well-deserved mani-pedi, full-body rubdown or new ink after months of quarantine should get an appointment in advance, wear a mask and prepare to encounter a socially distant environment when they visit.

    To read the whole story about what you can and cannot do in Phase 3 and beyond by our sister pub amNY, click here.

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