Covid-19 cases in US has surge beyond limit, as New york Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Sunday to put nine neighborhoods back under tight shutdown as Covid-19 cases rise in parts of the city.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said, today is not a day for celebration, announcing that he would ask to close nonessential businesses and all schools in nine neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queens.
The city was hit hard by coronavirus in March and lost almost 24,000 people to the virus…as steady increase in infections in nine areas concerned.
Basically, the increases coincided with the Jewish High Holidays, the most holy days in the Jewish calendar that culminated last Monday with Yom Kippur.
11 additional ZIP codes of the city is been monitoring that de Blasio described as a real concern.