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Unpausing CNY: June 8, 2020

By Journal Staff


Unpausing CNY:
Snapshots of life as Central New York reopens its economy amid the pandemic

The Starbucks Coffee shop at 290 W. Jefferson St. in Syracuse on June 2. (Photo credit:

Masked shoppers enter the Bass Pro Shops sporting-goods store in Utica on May 31. Retail stores opened for in-store shopping in the Mohawk Valley, Central New York, North Country, and two other upstate New York regions on May 29. (Photo credit:

The Hobby Lobby on Route 31 in Clay on June 1. Beginning on May 29, retailers in Central New York were allowed to open for in-store purchases. (Vance Marriner/CNYBJ)

Customers wait to go in the Sport Clips Haircuts location on Route 31 in Clay on June 1. (Vance Marriner/CNYBJ)

The Projex 214 men’s clothing store at 214 W. Jefferson St. in Syracuse on June 1, directing consumers who want to shop inside to wear a mask and practice social distancing. (Adam Rombel/CNYBJ)

Customers get haircuts at the Hall of Fame Barber Shop in Syracuse’s Armory Square on June 1. Hair salons and barber shops received the green light on May 29 to open as part of phase 2 of Central New York’s economic restart from the coronavirus shutdown. (Adam Rombel/CNYBJ)





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