New York City is on tack to begin phase two of reopening on Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a news conference.
The city is meeting its thresholds for reopening, and will have been in phase one for 14 days by Monday, Cuomo said at a news conference, reports the CNN.
"We don't change the rules for New York City," Cuomo said of the metric thresholds.
Phase two allows for a wider range of businesses to continue to reopen under Covid-19 guidelines, including retail businesses and offices, according to the state's reopening website.
Malls, gyms, movie theaters and casinos will remain closed in phase two.