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Corrupt Crackpot De Blasio Locking Down NYC AGAIN

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Published on: October 5, 2020

Is there no protocol in which to remove this half wit monster?


New York recorded the results of more than 134,000 virus tests Friday, the most ever performed in a single day

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New York is closing down again.

Just a preview of what Biden would do.

— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 4, 2020

NYC added yet a 12th ZIP code to its burgeoning cluster problem; those account for about 30% of citywide cases the last two weeks despite representing less than 9% of the population
The seven-day rolling average positivity rate for those ZIP codes is down to 5.72%, while that overall metric for the city is 1.42%; statewide, 21 ZIP codes are areas of concern
New Jersey is combatting some new increases of its own; President Trump, who visited the state this week, tested positive, along with the first lady, he announced Friday

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The state reported on Saturday that there were more than 1,700 new confirmed cases on Friday, up slightly from the day before — case totals not seen in New York since May.

Some of the hotspots in the state included the New York City borough of Brooklyn, where more than 350 people tested positive, and in suburban Rockland County, which saw at least 120 new cases.

New York City health officials added yet another ZIP code to the burgeoning cluster situation in Brooklyn and Queens late Friday, bringing its current number of hotspot ZIP codes to 12 and identifying four separate clusters.

They now account for about 30 percent of all new cases citywide over the last two weeks despite representing less than 9 percent of the city’s population. The seven-day rolling average positivity rate for those ZIP codes is down slightly from 5.86 percent to 5.72 percent, while that overall metric for the city is 1.42 percent.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

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