Authorities were called around 7 a.m. Friday.
New York Police Department Counterterrorism Chief James Waters tweeted photos of the objects.
One package was found at Fulton and William streets, and the other was found on the nearby subway platform that serves the 2 and 3 trains, the official said.
All trains have resumed stopping at Fulton Street station, according to the MTA.
NY went on alert for two hours Friday during the morning rush hour because of three suspicious objects that turned out to be empty rice cookers. One of them exploded, injuring nearly three dozen people, although none of them seriously. The closest N, Q or R stops to Fulton Street are the Cortland Street station, located a few blocks away and City Hall, located about a quarter of a mile away.
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Pressure cookers were also used to create the bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon. All three devices turned out to be harmless rice cookers, but the discovery disrupted the schedules of tens of thousands of commuters.
"This is a frightening world we live in, and all of these situations have to be taken seriously because God forbid one day.it's a real device", said Cuomo, a Democrat.
Police have released a flyer asking people to help them find a man who was recorded on security cameras placing a pair of rice cookers in a New York City subway station.
In September 2016, a pressure-cooker bomb went off in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, injuring 30 people.
Friday's incident comes almost three years after a pressure cooker bomb went off in the New York City neighborhood of Chelsea, injuring at least 30 people.
In 2017, would-be suicide attacker Akayed Ullah set off a homemade pipe bomb in an underground passageway at the Times Square subway station during rush hour, seriously injuring himself.