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The museum said in a statement that they are planning to reopen to the public "in mid-August or perhaps a few weeks later," and have come up with that approximate date via Governor Andrew Cuomo's timeline of benchmarks the state must meet to reopen. There is obviously still a lot of uncertainty around whether conditions will be safe for in-person activities to resume before the end of the summer, but this is in line with other institutions, including NYU and Columbia, who have both said they intend to resume in-person classes in the fall with safety measures in place.

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