10,000 Guests at a Hasidic Wedding in Brooklyn? N.Y. Says No.

A wedding on Monday in Brooklyn could have brought up to 10,000 guests together near a New York coronavirus hot spot, state officials said.

So this weekend, the authorities moved to shut down the wedding of a grandson of the rabbi of an ultra-Orthodox synagogue, with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo warning that the gathering could become a superspreader event in a city already struggling to maintain control over the spread of the virus.

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It’s Monday.

Weather: Mixed sun and clouds. High in the mid-60s. Alternate-side parking : In effect until Nov. 1 (All Saints’ Day). A wedding on Monday in Brooklyn could have brought up to 10,000 guests […]

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