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When will New York City meet all seven state-mandated criteria for a partial reopening?

New York State has established a list of seven metrics that must be met before a region of New York State may begin phase one of reopening. Region-by-region progress in these reopening metrics are tracked on this dashboard.

As of 21 May 2020, New York City has met four of the seven criteria for reopening.

This question asks: When will New York City meet all seven state-mandated criteria for a partial reopening?

Resolution will be based on when the New York State dashboard shows that all seven criteria have been met for New York City. Question will close retroactively one week before resolution date (if resolution occurs early).

Note that resolution is not dependent on when New York City actually relaxes restrictions — just when they have met the criteria to do so.

The question will resolve ambiguously if New York State ceases to publicly track the seven criteria on a region-by-region basis.


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