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New York nodded off during Covid, now it’s struggling to wake up again
The city’s bounce-back from the pandemic hasn’t been helped by a shortage of staff and fewer people looking to party
New York is the city that never sleeps. Or is it? Post-pandemic, short-staffed restaurants are closing earlier and the city’s late-night bars, gyms and clubs are less plentiful than they once were.
Amid the economic stress, back-to-work drive, crime and other quality of life issues facing the metropolis, mayor Eric Adams and the city’s Office of Nightlife are fighting to reclaim the small hours and get New Yorkers back to showing off their moves on the dancefloors.
Read the original article at The Guardian