The NYPD will beef up its presence in parts of central and southern Brooklyn over Labor Day Weekend despite the cancellation of most sanctioned J’Ouvert and Labor Day celebrations, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday.

While the pre-dawn J’Ouvert celebration and Labor Day Parade down Eastern Parkway were officially canceled this year amid a spike in the contagious Delta variant, five sanctioned concerts are still planned outside Brooklyn Museum, and police officials said they still expect a number of unsanctioned events and parties.

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The NYPD will beef up its presence in parts of central and southern Brooklyn over Labor Day Weekend despite the cancellation […]

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