New York Governor Andrew Cuomo rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as the building opens for the first…
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange as the building opens for the first time since March while the outbreak of the coronavirus disease continues in the Manhattan borough of New York, May 26, 2020.

The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange reopened to in-person activity for the first time in two months Tuesday with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo ringing the iconic bell, but the usual controlled chaos was more subdued as traders had to observe special pandemic requirements. 

The usual trading floor atmosphere — known world-wide for traders shouting orders over one another — was quieter Tuesday as the NYSE allowed fewer traders on the floor at a given time to support six-feet social distancing requirements. Masks are also required. 

NYSE President Stacey Cunningham told the Associated Press that anyone going to the exchange's Wall Street offices are being asked to avoid public transportation and will have their temperature taken before being allowed to enter.