1. De Blasio warns half of all New Yorkers will get COVID-19  New York Post
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  3. Rikers Island to release 300 nonviolent inmates convicted of misdemeanors amid coronavirus outbreak, de Bla...  Fox News
  4. City opening streets for pedestrians in bid to ease park crowds during coronavirus crisis  New York Post
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Over 4 million New Yorkers — or 50 percent of the city's population — will get the coronavirus, Mayor de Blasio warned Wednesday.Over 4 million New Yorkers — or 50 percent of the city’s population — will get the coronavirus, Mayor de Blasio warned Wednesday. “It’s a fair bet to say that half of all New Yorkers

De Blasio says half of all New Yorkers will get coronavirus

New York’s mayor projects raw anguish, while the governor pursues an on-again/off-again truce with the Trump administration.

New York reaches a coronavirus breaking point with Trump - POLITICO

Mayor Bill de Blasio says he will release 300 criminals from Rikers Island to stop them from contracting coronavirus.  In the city, 131 people have died and there are nearly 15,000 cases of it.Mayor Bill de Blasio says he will release 300 criminals from Rikers Island to stop them from contracting coronavirus.  In the city, 131 people have died and there are nearly 15,000 cases of it.

Mayor Bill de Blasio says he will release 300 criminals from Rikers Island | Daily Mail Online

“Remember this? De Blasio Administration Outlines Preparedness for Novel Coronavirus | City of New York.. this was on 1/24/20. The reason for no diagnosis....No tests at this point... https://t.co/rDWMusORvs”

Boomer Esiason on Twitter: "Remember this? De Blasio Administration Outlines Preparedness for Novel Coronavirus | City of New York.. this was on 1/24/20. The reason for no diagnosis....No tests at this point... https://t.co/rDWMusORvs"

“Mayor de Blasio says New Yorkers need to understand that this situation is not ending soon. “We should not cling to that false hope,” he says. The coronavirus outbreak will likely be getting worse through May, he forecasts. “People need to be ready for that.””

Vincent Barone on Twitter: "Mayor de Blasio says New Yorkers need to understand that this situation is not ending soon. “We should not cling to that false hope,” he says. The coronavirus outbreak will likely be getting worse through May, he forecasts. “People need to be ready for that.”"

“In cities around the world, you can look up granular public data on Coronavirus infection rates, on a neighborhood—or sometimes block-by-block—level. In New York City, DeBlasio has so far decided against releasing that data. https://t.co/njKOuUjOXi”

Avi Asher-Schapiro on Twitter: "In cities around the world, you can look up granular public data on Coronavirus infection rates, on a neighborhood—or sometimes block-by-block—level. In New York City, DeBlasio has so far decided against releasing that data. https://t.co/njKOuUjOXi"

“You trust @BilldeBlasio handing the #Coronavirus??? Coronavirus in NY?”

Manny Alicandro on Twitter: "You trust @BilldeBlasio handing the #Coronavirus??? Coronavirus in NY?… "

The mayor cautioned that more hoops could be removed or basketball courts could close down altogether if players continue to ignore the city’s social distancing guidance.

City to remove basketball hoops from 10 Island courts because park-goers weren’t socially distancing - silive.com

Covering the fight for sustainable citiesThe mayor’s actions and utterances show again and again that he lives inside a “windshield world.”

Komanoff: De Blasio — Even Now — Is MIA on Breaking the Car Culture – Streetsblog New York City

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio continued to suggest he was open to a rent freeze during the coronavirus outbreak but offered no further details about when a decision might be made.New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio continued to suggest he was open to a rent freeze during the coronavirus outbreak but offered no further details about when a decision might be made.

De Blasio says he's 'looking into possibility' of rent freeze

New York City will immediately release 300 inmates from Rikers Island, the city’s main jail complex, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. New York City will immediately release 300 inmates from Rikers Island, the city’s main jail complex, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. 

In a grim midday message, Mayor de Blasio predicted that 50% of the city’s population could come down with the deadly disease in the coming weeks as Gov. Cuomo announced the state now has more than 30,000 cases.In a grim midday message, Mayor de Blasio predicted that 50% of the city’s population could come down with the deadly disease in the coming weeks as Gov. Cuomo announced the state now has more than 30,000 cases.

Cuomo and de Blasio warn of NYC coronavirus surge in coming weeks - New York Daily News

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio urged people to go out and catch a movie just three weeks before his city became the U.S. epicenter for the coronavirus outbreak.New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio urged people to go out and catch a movie just three weeks before his city became the U.S. epicenter for the coronavirus outbreak.

De Blasio haunted by weeks-old tweet urging people to 'get out on the town despite coronavirus'

Some local governments have published where coronavirus cases appear, down to the neighborhood level. New York City has made public only county-by-county data, making it difficult to see which communities are being hardest hit.Some local governments have published where coronavirus cases appear, down to the neighborhood level. New York City has made public only county-by-county data, making it difficult to see which communities are being hardest hit.

Your Neighborhood Might Be a Coronavirus Hot Spot, but New York City Refuses to Release the Data — ProPublica

Mayor Bill de Blasio finally announced plans Tuesday afternoon to open streets for pedestrians in a bid to reduce parks crowds during the coronavirus pandemic.Mayor Bill de Blasio finally announced plans Tuesday afternoon to open streets for pedestrians in a bid to reduce parks crowds during the coronavirus pandemic — two days after Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave

City to try opening streets for pedestrians in bid to ease park crowds

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The pilot program to close select city streets to traffic so New Yorkers can stretch their legs amid the coronavirus shutdown has the green light, Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed.The pilot program to close select city streets to traffic so New Yorkers can stretch their legs amid the coronavirus shutdown has the green light, Gov. Andrew Cuomo confirmed Wednesday — despite

NYC plans street closures to help combat coronavirus blues

The city now has nearly 15,000 reported cases of COVID-19.The city now has nearly 15,000 reported cases of COVID-19.

NYC Mayor De Blasio: Trump’s Claim Life Will Be Back To Normal By April ‘Inconceivable’

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Mayor De Blasio Releasing Hundreds Of Inmates Out Of Rikers Island Amid Coronavirus Pandemic - The Daily Caller