Vacant retail spaces in New York City may be converted into places for rapid testing for the coronavirus.
Such a move is expected to reinvigorate the city's economy and make testing easier for ordinary citizens, making their lives safer. As of today, New York City has no problem with the empty spaces vacated as a result of stringent measures taken to counter the spread of the coronavirus.
It was revealed in a statement by William Rudin, manager of the multi-billion dollar real estate empire Rudin Management. According to him, the New York Real Estate Board is already working on the issue. He also claims that Rudin Management employees are already being tested every two weeks and now need to ensure that everyone has an opportunity.
The widespread distribution of rapid-testing points will increase people's ability to move around the city's establishments. For example, they will safely enter restaurants by merely showing a Covid certificate received 15 minutes ago at the entrance. It means that businesses that are forced to stand idle today will be able to resume their activities in full.
And since this will take place against the backdrop of widespread vaccine implementation, we can expect New York's economy to recover quickly and businesses of all ranks to return to normal operations.