NYC Mayor Blasio:”We won’t let the pandemic spread again in the city.”
New York is at the top of cities where most deaths due to the Coronavirus have happened and most cases recorded. Besides pandemics, New York also struggled with protests, increasing crime rates, and economic challenges in 2020. Previously referred to as “the city that never sleeps,” New York is now almost transformed into a “ghost city.” The City of New York faced a severe economic loss in 2020. Over eighty percent of the entertainment and service industries, as well as restaurants, which are the pillars of the city, have been incapacitated. Hundreds of thousands of people who work in the service industry have lost their jobs.
Mayor de Blasio has called upon New Yorkers who are not feeling well, not going to work, work from home if possible, and not using public transportation, like the buses and the subway.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which has been traditionally held in Manhattan in March every year since 1762, could be canceled.
He also stated that they plan to take specific measures related to the Broadway shows and that some plays could be canceled. The New York Auto Show, one of the leading exhibitions of the automotive sector, has been canceled.
“We won’t let the pandemic spread again in the city.”
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that all passengers arriving in New York from other countries would be required to fill a form once they have landed at the airport and that they would be monitored closely by the authorities.
Mayor de Blasio stated that the same procedures would be implemented against those arriving in the city with their own vehicles, by train, and by bus.,
De Blasio said that documents indicating that they are in quarantine will be mailed with return receipt requested from the
New York City Police Commissioner’s office to the hotels or homes of the people coming to New York from abroad and that their health status is going to be closely monitored by the Department of Health.