Protests and Political Feud: The Response to Virus Hot Spots

New York is at a critical point. Even as city and state coronavirus positivity rates declined over the summer, officials have been wary of what the fall may bring.

High positivity rates have cropped up in “hot spot” neighborhoods and hospitalizations have increased as well. Tensions have also risen, especially in Orthodox Jewish communities where residents have protested against new city and state restrictions.

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It’s Tuesday.

Weather: Rain is likely with patchy fog. Expect a high in the mid-60s. Partly cloudy tonight. Alternate-side parking : In effect until Nov. 1 (All Saints Day). New York is at a critical […]


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