The Democratic leader has allocated about 30 30 million for the largest tourism campaign in the city's history this summer. Broadway's live shows will return to the stage on September 14.
New York plans to offer single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccines to tourists in local areas such as Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, and Central Park this weekend, with the prior approval of state officials Mayor Bill de Blasio.
It's a positive message for tourists: come here, it's safe, it's a great place, we'll take care of you and make sure you get vaccinated when you're with us. It will begin as soon as it is approved, and we are ready for the weekend, "the Democratic mayor told a news conference.
De Blasio highlighted the importance of return tourism to New York, for which he has allocated some 30 30 million, which will be the largest tourism campaign in the city's history this summer. However, so far, most of the tourism has been national because Code 19 prohibits entry into the United States.
The mayor pointed out that he was working with the state - headed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat - to "change" existing legislation and ask Big Apple to "provide vaccines to people out of town" or " Allows New Yorkers to "no.".
The move could make immunizations more attractive to people who are still skeptical in a country where there is already global access to a variety of vaccines for all adults. Nevertheless, depending on the nature of this legislative change, when borders are opened, it could create vaccine tourism for foreigners.
State governments and businesses have demonstrated their creativity in recent weeks by encouraging citizens to be vaccinated against polio, offering a range of products and services to people who offer their immunizations, such as Beer, marijuana, cigarettes, or tickets. Sports
New York has set July 1 as the deadline for the city to reopen, and by the end of this month, the maximum business potential has already been given the green light, although the rise of the Broadway curtain, a major tourist attraction. , Will arrive shortly on September 14.
Part of identity and the economy"
On Wednesday, Broadway's live shows will revert to the stage on September 14 after an 18-month break to fight the coronavirus epidemic. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made the decision.
Tickets will go on sale Thursday, Komo said, and theaters will be running at 100 percent capacity. The Broadway Theater is a popular tourist attraction in New York.
The governor said on Twitter. Broadway is an essential part of our state's integrity and economy, and we are delighted that the curtain will begin again.
Live theater is the last resort for actors, backward staff, and narrow-seated audiences in older buildings due to the challenges of social distance.
When the Broadway Theater closed in March 2020, thousands of actors, dancers, musicians, and backstage workers were out of work. Some shows, such as the hit musical "Frozen" and "Mean Girls," have stated that they will not return. Thirty-one Broadway shows were ready when the shutdown began.
Industry group Broadway League said each show would announce its return date in the coming weeks.
According to the Broadway League, more than 14.8 million tickets were sold for Broadway dramas in the 2018-19 season, which ended in May, generating 8 1.8 billion. About 63% of sugar goers were from outside the United States or from outside New York.