New York City is again allowing indoor dining at 25 percent capacity, but the policy is no panacea for the struggling restaurant industry.
Worry less about the water, and more about the person standing next to you in a crowded locker room or wading in the shallow end as you swim by.
The borough has the city’s highest rates of virus cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Could more have been done?
There will be no quick return to our previous lives, according to nearly two dozen experts. But there is hope for managing the scourge now and in the long term.