January 18, 2022

Post-Pandemic Open Streets Program Delights New Yorkers | Voice of America

New York City is starting to open up after the worst of the pandemic by implementing the Open Streets and Open Restaurants programs. These permanent, year-round initiatives allow restaurants to spill out beyond their barricaded outdoor eating areas into the streets. Nina Vishneva has the story, narrated by Anna Rice.

Camera: Max Avloshenko, Olga Terekhin  

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