Thursday, March 26, 2020

New Yorkers ignore orders to stay indoors and practice social distancing as they wait in packed lines at grocery stores and banks despite the coronavirus outbreak

ok .... now....
The Heimishe Oilim has an excuse .... the goyim are also defiant and not staying home ......
You know what?
Go out ... go have a good time .... go spread death all over the place... go kill all people over 60 ..... go ....
the goyim are also doing it ....
Defiant New Yorkers are ignoring orders to stay at home and are going about their daily lives shopping at crowded grocery stores and waiting in long lines at the bank and hospital despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 
Across all five boroughs locals were seen waiting in extensive lines as they ran their errands on Wednesday. 
Many residents were seen armed with protective face masks and rubber gloves to protect themselves from the contagious COVID-19. 
In Manhattan long lines of people crowded around banks, in Brooklyn a Trader Joes grocery store was swamped with shoppers and in Queens the Elmhurst Hospital Center was inundated with people trying to get tested for the virus. 
As of Wednesday there are over 30,000 case of coronavirus in New York and there have been 285 deaths throughout the state. In New York City alone there are over 17,000, according to local government statistics. 
New York is currently under a lockdown where Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered all nonessential workers to stay at home and urged the public to stay in doors to prevent the spread of the infectious coronavirus. 
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Residents are only allowed to leave the house for solo walks, groceries or medicine. Public gatherings are banned and many businesses have shuttered, transforming the city's tourist sites into an eerily ghost town. 
But local life continues and residents in all boroughs have been spotted purchasing food and other necessities in packed stores or waiting in long lines. 
In Harlem in Manhattan a long line of people were packed outside TD bank on 125th Avenue, waiting to run their financial errands. The people noticeably ignored CDC recommendations to remain six feet apart from other people as they waited in line. 
In downtown Brooklyn long lines of shoppers were seen outside the Trader Joes on Court Street.  Some of them practiced social distancing by stand far away from each other. Others were seen wearing face masks and trying to keep themselves apart from their fellow patrons.  
Gov. Andrew Cuomo sounded his most dire warning yet about the coronavirus pandemic Tuesday, saying the infection rate in New York is accelerating and that in just two weeks the state could see 40,000 people flood intensive care units. 
The current hospitalization rate is 12 percent - a worrying figure especially given the looming 'peak' of cases which is expected to inundate hospitals in just three weeks. Three percent of cases require ICU. 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo stressed the need for more equipment - specifically ventilators - but said the arrows were pointing in the 'right' direction.
'Evidence suggests density control is working. On Sunday, the projection was hospitalizations doubling every two days.
'On Monday, it was doubling every 3.4 days. On Tuesday, it was 4.7 days.
'That is almost too good to be true, but the theory is, given the density that we're dealing with, it spreads very quickly but if you reduce the density, you can reduce the spread.'  

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