They’ll be on the parks till 9 o’clock each evening.
The mayor says the choice to restrict the variety of individuals that may be inside these two parks at one time got here after an inflow of individuals appeared to overwhelm parks across the metropolis final weekend.
New Yorkers appear break up on the choice.
Some say it’s going too far, however others are welcoming the enforcement, particularly given how crowded public areas appeared to get throughout hotter climate.
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“It was a lot hotter than as we speak and so there was actually rather a lot, lots of people. All of the piers had been crowded, a bit of bit an excessive amount of I believe … At this time’s fully totally different. I believe that the temperature helps to maintain individuals at dwelling and extra socially distancing,” Manhattan resident Rudy Morandin instructed CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon.
The mayor says if this enforcement works, it could be applied in different components of town.
— to newyork.cbslocal.com