The city that never sleeps has headed back to the office, sort of.
New York City on Monday started allowing companies to reopen their office spaces, which have been closed for months to nonessential workers. WSJ's graphics team compiled a visual tour of potential adaptations and guidelines for reducing virus risk.
Not many people are going back yet. Some firms are choosing to keep their offices closed for now, while others have opted to open them at significantly reduced occupancy. Many companies have talked to workers about what jobs can – and can't – be successfully done from home, giving employees a voice about whether they prefer to keep working remotely.