In New York, a salute was held in honor of the coronavirus vaccination of 70% of citizens

Since the evening of June 15, all restrictions on the occupancy of premises, social distance, and disinfection of surfaces that were in effect in the metropolis have become optional.

New York City authorities staged a salute on Tuesday, lasting about 20 minutes, in honor of the coronavirus vaccination of 70% of the city’s residents.

Overcoming this threshold, after which we can talk about the development of collective immunity, has become a condition for the abolition of most restrictions. Mayor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced that the goal had been met.

Since the evening of June 15, all restrictions on the occupancy of premises, social distance, and disinfection of surfaces that were in effect in the metropolis have become optional. At the same time, shops and restaurants can continue to require citizens to observe the mask regime.

The salute was a surprise for New Yorkers. The city authorities did not confirm that any preparations were made for it.

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