The New York Stock Exchange is set to reopen its famed trading floor Tuesday, but it won’t be going back to normal.

Only one-quarter of the NYSE’s usual population of traders will be back when the floor resumes business after a two-month closure prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. Traders who return must wear masks, avoid taking public transportation and follow tough social-distancing rules, with newly erected Plexiglas barriers to help them stay apart.

A visitor ban means splashy bell-ringings and celebrations to mark initial public offerings won’t be happening anytime soon. Media organizations that broadcast from the floor, like CNBC and Cheddar, aren’t coming back yet either. Read more at WSJ