Small Religious Gatherings Allowed in New York With Face Masks

The mayor reminded New Yorkers that bars and restaurants are for take out and delivery only and said teams from the Office of Nightlife and NYPD would be putting up signs warning patrons to "take out don't hang out", around their favorite eateries and bars.

City Hall said bars and restaurants can be hit with fines as high as $1,000 depending on the violation.

It is disturbing and confusing as to why New York Gov. Cuomo is being lauded as a national hero for his "fight" against COVID-19.

Ranking by zip codes, the top ten highest-infected neighborhoods are located in the boroughs of The Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens, home to most of the city's minority groups.

Even as the numbers improved, Cuomo urged New Yorkers to wear masks in public, citing previously disclosed data showing NY healthcare and transit workers and first responders tested positive for COVID-19 at lower-than-average rates.

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"Our small businesses are being absolutely destroyed and I think that, at a certain point, they're going to just have to open and then, at that point, if the government and mayor want to shut them down then they're going to have to try", The Federalist contributor told "America's Newsroom".

Cuomo announced an antibody study showed 27 percent of people of color living in low-income communities in New York City tested positive for antibodies compared to 19 percent of the full population in New York City.

Meanwhile, statewide religious gathering with up to 10 people will be allowed as of Thursday, said Cuomo, who added that participants should wear masks and practice social distancing.

"I understand their desire to get back to religious ceremonies as soon as possible", Cuomo said.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Thursday said it appears to be the "tip of the iceberg" and the more cases the health department looks into, the more cases they are finding.

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