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The country's biggest city is ready to make a full comeback after a year under lockdown restrictions to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

New York City, which has more than 8 million residents, is set to resume its 24-hour subway service on May 17 and have businesses deemed nonessential, such as retail stores, entertainment venues, and other businesses, operate at full capacity.

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"COVID-19 is on the decline in New York City and across New York State, and as we shift our focus to rebuilding our economy, helping businesses and putting people back to work, it's time to bring the Subway back to full capacity," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement, according to Axios.

The tri-state area is expanding its openings as more vaccinations are being administered.

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On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that more than 147.5 million people have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Providers are administering roughly 2.3 million doses per day on average.

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