By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The City of Philadelphia is starting a campaign to promote a safe return to work and play. Mayor Jim Kenney and business leaders spoke in Center City Wednesday morning.

The Ready, Set Philly initiative is bringing civic partners together for ideas on how to safely revive the city’s economy.

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“Philadelphia needs a shot in the arm literary and figuratively as more people are vaccinated we’ll be able to move towards safely going back to our work places, restaurants, shops and museums and do all the things that we love about Philadelphia,” Executive Director of Ready, Set Philly Angela Val said.

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Mayor Kenney said as more people are vaccinated people will feel more confident to return to Philadelphia.

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