Something kind of like normal is coming to the New York metro area
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Restaurants, offices, retail stores, theaters, museums, barber shops, gyms and amusement parks can open at full capacity and without curfews on May 19. Plus, an update on vaccine passports and the likelihood they become necessary for international travel. And, pilots in India, where COVID cases are surging, are threatening to stop flying unless they get vaccines.
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New York metro area, once the epicenter of the COVID pandemic, is set to be nearly fully open for business in two weeks
Marketplace's Kristin Schwab has more.
What counts as proof of immunization when there's no global database to tell a fake apart from the real thing?
Air India pilots transporting medical supplies are threatening to stop flying unless they get COVID vaccines
The BBC's Arunoday Mukharji reports.
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