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New York City will remain closed until at least the end of May: Mayor

During an appearance on Good Morning America, NYC 's betrothed Mayor Bill De Blasio all but confirmed that the Big Apple is closed for business until at least May or longer. That means that the same stay-at-home orders you're under now in NYC likely will remain in place. De Blasio was asked this morning on GMA whether or not if and when the city would actually re-open but the answer likely wasn't what anyone was expecting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6qO5TturUA 'I think we need to be ready for that,' then went on to slam President Trump's Easter deadline to reopen the country as something that gave 'false hope' to the nation.  As of Friday morning, there are more than 25,358 cases in New York City alone.
Shelter In Place: Here’s exactly what that means
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Shelter In Place: Here’s exactly what that means

SHELTER-IN-PLACE is not martial law; a lockdown, nor is it some weird government conspiracy to overthrow the people. SIP (for short here) is simply a city-mandated order that requires people to pretty much stay home, only leaving their houses/apartments for the most essential of daily activities (grocery shopping; (the never-ending mission to find toilet paper), the doctors, and so on. California is now the first place to enact some of the strictest SIP measures as they continue to battle their own outbreak, but even then, it must be noted that it isn't martial law and right now there are no plans to impose such according to multiple US Senators. In most places in America right now, non-essential businesses; gatherings, parties, clubs, bars, restaurants, spring-break activities, ...
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