By CBSBoston.com Staff

BOSTON (CBS) – Boston is taking a step forward again in its coronavirus re-opening plan after pausing it for a month while bracing for a post-holiday-surge in COVID cases.

Starting Monday the city moves on to Phase 3, Step 1 in its plan.

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That means gyms, movie theaters, museums, aquariums, and sight-seeing tours such as harbor cruises can resume business.

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Most businesses will still need to follow the state’s 25% capacity limit that is in place until at least February 8.

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For more information on the city’s reopening plan, click here.

CBSBoston.com Staff