NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s a push to get more New York City public workers vaccinated.

Mayor Bill de Blasio toured the vaccination site at Citi Field in Queens on Saturday.

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He says he plans to start bringing thousands of city workers back to offices in May. It’s part of a return to normalcy that the mayor says is improving every day.

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“We’re coming back. Every single day you can feel the comeback in New York City,” de Blasio said. “And that means our city workers getting vaccinated.”

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There’s also another sign of normalcy; both the Mets and Yankees will be allowed to host fans at 20% capacity when the baseball season starts in two weeks.

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