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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - A New York National Guard pauses while listening to Governor announcing the transformation of the Javits Center into a field hospital to treat Covid19 infections. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - A couple take a selfie near a sculpture with the word Hope in midtown Manhattan. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Times Square is seen early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - Grand Central Station is seen with very few people Monday afternoon during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - A person seems distressed at the Grand Central Station Monday afternoon during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Times Square is seen early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Empty taxis and closed theatres are seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Juniors Times Square Restaurant is seen early Monday morning without any customers during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A closed theatre showing Frozen is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A closed theatre showing The Phantom of the Opera is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Carmine's Times Square Restaurant is seen early Monday morning without any customers during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Public seating areas on Times Square are seen empty early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A lone employee is seen inside an empty coffee shop in Midtown Manhattan early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A lone employee is seen inside an empty coffee shop in inside Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Customers are seen in a eating area inside Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty food market is seen inside Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Newspaper/Magazines store is seen inside Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty FENDI luxury brand store is seen empty on 57th Street and Madison Avenue during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Few people walks past luxury brand stores on 57th Street and Madison Avenue during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Times Square is seen without people and very few cars early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Subway riders are seen wearing facial mask and gloves Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Subway station located at 53th Street and 7th Avenue is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A lone passenger is seen inside a empty Subway station located at 53th Street and 7th Avenue is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A passenger wearing a facial mask is seen inside a almost empty subway car during Monday's morning rush hour during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - A MTA porter cleans a trash bin using a floor mop at the Columbus Circle Subway station during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Columbus Circle Subway station is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Columbus Circle Subway station food court is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Columbus Circle Subway station food court is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Columbus Circle Subway station food court is seen Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - The Apple Store located inside the Oculus transportation hub in Lower Manhattan is complete closed until March 27 due to the coronavirus pandemic. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A man wearing a facial mask is seen inside the Oculus transportation hub in Lower Manhattan which is mostly devoid of commuters and tourists early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - The Apple Store located inside the Oculus transportation hub in Lower Manhattan is complete closed until March 27 due to the coronavirus pandemic. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - The Oculus transportation hub in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters and tourists early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - The Oculus transportation hub and the PATH Trains entrance in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Fulton Center walkway in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Fulton Center walkway in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A cupcake vendor waits for customers in midtown Manhattan. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A NYPD Detective tasked in protecting City Hall is seen standing on the almost empty building since the city got hit with the Coronavirus pandemic. The mayor said "New Yorkers should be prepared for a potential order to stay home and shelter in place as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the city hit 814 on Tuesday afternoon". Hizzoner said also the decision to force New Yorkers to stay home – apart from essential visits to the grocery or pharmacy – should be made in the next 48 hours. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Mayor Bill de Blasio holds his Coronavirus daily briefing at the City Council chambers with the reporters attending seated observing coronavirus social distancing. The mayor said "New Yorkers should be prepared for a potential order to stay home and shelter in place as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the city hit 814 on Tuesday afternoon". Hizzoner said also the decision to force New Yorkers to stay home – apart from essential visits to the grocery or pharmacy – should be made in the next 48 hours. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - Hudson Street near N Moore Street is mostly devoid of commuters and cars early Wednesday morning due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified man wears a facial mask early Wednesday morning on Broadway near Liberty Street in the financial district area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - Empty tables are seen at Le Pain Quotidien early Wednesday morning on Broad Street in the Financial District area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A man wearing a facial mask walks past the closed Delmonico's restaurant in downtown Manhattan near the Financial District area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A lone NYPD Counter terrorism officer is seen walking early Wednesday morning on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange in the financial district area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified man wears a facial mask early Wednesday morning on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange in the financial district area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified woman wearing a mask and an gloves is seen early Wednesday morning on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange in the financial district area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified man walk past the Fearless Girl bronze sculpture early Wednesday morning on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange in the financial district area during the coronovirus pandemic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - Broad Street near the Wall Street is mostly devoid of commuters and tourists early Wednesday morning due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified man check the sign informing customers that Fraunces Tavern is closed for business due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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**On spec** New York - MARCH 11, 2020 - The Edge, the 100th floor observation deck on top of 30 Hudson Yards in Manhattan billed as the "highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere", opened to the public on March 11, 2020. New Yorkers excitedly took in the sights from high above the city during Wednesday’s opening. (Luiz C. Ribeiro)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Times Square is seen with few people and cars early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty food market is seen inside Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - An empty Grand Central Station early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Few people walks past luxury brand stores on 57th Street and Madison Avenue during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Few people walks past luxury brand stores on 57th Street and Madison Avenue during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A unidentified man wears a facial mask Monday afternoon in midtown Manhattan. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - The Oculus transportation hub in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters and tourists early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - The Oculus transportation hub in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters and tourists early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 -The Fulton Street Station transportation hub in Lower Manhattan is mostly devoid of commuters and tourists early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Ben Clark and Tim Miller from Ashville, North Carolina are seen on a empty walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge. They just got married and decided to take a stroll on the bridge. (828-242-7419) (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A lone office workers is seen inside a office building in downtown Manhattan. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Howie Marshall cleans the handrails inside the LIRR Station in Midtown Manhattan early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A CDC billboard reminds people to avoid touching their noses, eyes and mouth outside the Port Authority in Midtown Manhattan early Tuesday morning. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A worried looking Mayor Bill de Blasio and aides arrives for his Coronavirus daily briefing at the City Council chambers with the reporters attending seated observing coronavirus social distancing. The mayor said "New Yorkers should be prepared for a potential order to stay home and shelter in place as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the city hit 814 on Tuesday afternoon". Hizzoner said also the decision to force New Yorkers to stay home – apart from essential visits to the grocery or pharmacy – should be made in the next 48 hours. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - A worried looking Mayor Bill de Blasio and aides arrives for his Coronavirus daily briefing at the City Council chambers with the reporters attending seating apart from each other. The mayor said "New Yorkers should be prepared for a potential order to stay home and shelter in place as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the city hit 814 on Tuesday afternoon". Hizzoner said also the decision to force New Yorkers to stay home – apart from essential visits to the grocery or pharmacy – should be made in the next 48 hours. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Mayor Bill de Blasio holds his Coronavirus daily briefing at the City Council chambers with the reporters attending seating apart from each other. The mayor said "New Yorkers should be prepared for a potential order to stay home and shelter in place as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the city hit 814 on Tuesday afternoon". Hizzoner said also the decision to force New Yorkers to stay home – apart from essential visits to the grocery or pharmacy – should be made in the next 48 hours. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 17, 2020 - Mayor Bill de Blasio touches his face during his Coronavirus daily briefing at the City Council chambers with the reporters attending seating apart from each other. The mayor said "New Yorkers should be prepared for a potential order to stay home and shelter in place as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the city hit 814 on Tuesday afternoon". Hizzoner said also the decision to force New Yorkers to stay home – apart from essential visits to the grocery or pharmacy – should be made in the next 48 hours. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified man wears a facial mask early Wednesday morning on Broadway near Liberty Street in the financial district area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified man wearing a facial mask walk past the Charging Bull statue early Wednesday morning in the financial district area. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - The Wall Street and Broad Streets looks like a ghost town due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - An empty Washington Square Park is seen Wednesday morning. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A unidentified family wears facial masks Wednesday morning while strolling on the Union Square farmers. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 -New York Times Square is seen without tourists and very low traffic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - Gift stores keep its doors open but have no customers, tourists or foot traffic on Seventh Avenue near Times Square. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 18, 2020 - A Cosco container ship with less containers than it usually carries is seen arriving at Port Elizabeth early Thursday morning during the coronavirus pandemic. As coronavirus infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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**On spec** New York - MARCH 11, 2020 - Long Island railroad trains are seen from The Edge, the 100th floor observation deck on top of 30 Hudson Yards in Manhattan billed as the "highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere." (Luiz C. Ribeiro)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Apple Store employees chat with each other inside a closed store at Grand Central Station during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Mayor de Blasio on Sunday night ordered entertainment venues to shut their doors and restaurants to only serve take-out and delivery to contain the burgeoning coronavirus outbreak in the city. The Coronavirus outbreak is also causing havoc on the economy closing big and small stores alike. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 19, 2020 - Bread shelfs almost empty on a Costco Store Thursday afternoon during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic may have already thrust the economy into a recession as infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 19, 2020 - A unidentified people wearing a masks are seen on a Costco Store Thursday afternoon during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic may have already thrust the economy into a recession as infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 19, 2020 - A unidentified people wearing a masks are seen on a Costco Store Thursday afternoon during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic may have already thrust the economy into a recession as infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 19, 2020 - Empty freezer is seen on a Costco Store Thursday afternoon during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic may have already thrust the economy into a recession as infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 19, 2020 - A unidentified man is seen wearing a facial mask and gloves inside a Costco Store Thursday afternoon during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic may have already thrust the economy into a recession as infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 19, 2020 - A unidentified people wearing a masks are seen on a Costco Store Thursday afternoon during the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic may have already thrust the economy into a recession as infections continue to surge, New York has ordered private business to cut on-site workforce by half. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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**On spec** New York - MARCH 11, 2020 - The Edge, the 100th floor observation deck on top of 30 Hudson Yards in Manhattan billed as the "highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere", opened to the public on March 11, 2020. New Yorkers excitedly took in the sights from high above the city during Wednesday’s opening. (Luiz C. Ribeiro)

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**On spec** New York - MARCH 11, 2020 - The Edge, the 100th floor observation deck on top of 30 Hudson Yards in Manhattan billed as the "highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere", opened to the public on March 11, 2020. New Yorkers excitedly took in the sights from high above the city during Wednesday’s opening. (Luiz C. Ribeiro)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - The West Side Highway is seen free of traffic early Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - The West Side Highway is seen free of traffic early Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - The 9/11 Memorial is seen without visitors early Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Pier A in downtown Manhattan is seen without tourists or New Yorkers early Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 16, 2020 - Times Square is seen without people and very few cars early Monday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. As Coronavirus infections intensify it could force a curfew or road closures in New York City -- but Mayor de Blasio said Monday March 16, the outbreak hasn’t made those travel restrictions necessary yet. “Everything’s on the table,” de Blasio said on NY1. “No, we are not closing down transportation, we’re not closing down roads or bridges, we are not putting a curfew into effect or travel restrictions. The Mayor also said "at any point in this trajectory, we may change that depending on the facts.” (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - Broad Street and Water Streets are seen devoid of people and traffic early Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The Staten Island Ferry seen devoid of people Saturday afternoon during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The nerve center of New York city, Times Square is seen almost devoid of people and traffic Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - New York Times Square fixture The Naked Cowboy flexes his muscles to no one Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - US Polo Assn employees organize their Times Square stock Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The recently opened Hudson Yards and the sculpture the vessel is seen almost devoid of people and traffic Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - Downtown Manhattan is seen from the Liberty State Park 9/11 Memorial Sunday morning. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - Downtown Jersey City is devoid of people and traffic Sunday morning. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The nerve center of New York city, Times Square is seen almost devoid of people and traffic Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The nerve center of New York city, Times Square is seen almost devoid of people and traffic Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. All business have been shutdown. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The Jacob Javits Center located on 34th Street and 11th Ave in Manhattan. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday that the Javits Center tops his list of locations to be turned into field hospital to test and possibly treat cases of COVID19 infections. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - Dr. Jordan Seda a rehab and performance specialist uses his cell phone to teach a live class under the Vessel sculpture at the Hudson Yards Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News) (Jordan Seda 732-330-0088 - jordan@theabstractphysio.com)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - The Jacob Javits Center located on 34th Street and 11th Ave in Manhattan. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday that the Javits Center tops his list of locations to be turned into field hospital to test and possibly treat cases of COVID19 infections. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 22, 2020 - Real estate of the Radio City Music Hall located on Sixth Avenue and 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan pictured Sunday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. Sixty people have died from coronavirus in New York City, as statewide cases jumped to over 10,000 on Saturday, officials said. Some 8,115 people had tested positive for the virus in the city as of 6 p.m., helping make New York the global epicenter of the pandemic. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - The nerve center of New York city, Times Square is seen devoid of people and traffic Tuesday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. In New York City, there have been 10,764 positive cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday night. Those positive cases include 3,050 in Queens, 2,324 in Manhattan, 3,154 in Brooklyn, 1,564 in the Bronx and 666 in Staten Island. As of 6 p.m. on Saturday, at least 1,800 people in New York City were hospitalized with the virus, at least 450 of whom were in ICUs.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - Grand Central Station is seen with very few people Monday afternoon during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - An empty 42nd Station Monday afternoon during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - New York National Guard members are seen at the Javits Center where the Governor announced the transformation of the Javits Center into a field hospital to treat Covid19 infections. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - A bed and respirator is seen during a press conference at the Javits Center where the Governor announced the transformation of the Javits Center into a field hospital to treat Covid19 infections. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - Interior photographs of the Javits Center where the Governor announced the transformation of the Center into a field hospital to treat Covid19 infections. The state of New York leads the nation with 1,708 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday morning, a 76.6 percent increase in 24 hours. At least 13 deaths have also been reported in the Empire State connected to the virus.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - The Holland Tunnel is seen devoid of Manhattan bound traffic Tuesday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. In New York City, there have been 10,764 positive cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday night. Those positive cases include 3,050 in Queens, 2,324 in Manhattan, 3,154 in Brooklyn, 1,564 in the Bronx and 666 in Staten Island. As of 6 p.m. on Saturday, at least 1,800 people in New York City were hospitalized with the virus, at least 450 of whom were in ICUs.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - Astor Place is seen devoid of people and traffic Tuesday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. In New York City, there have been 10,764 positive cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday night. Those positive cases include 3,050 in Queens, 2,324 in Manhattan, 3,154 in Brooklyn, 1,564 in the Bronx and 666 in Staten Island. As of 6 p.m. on Saturday, at least 1,800 people in New York City were hospitalized with the virus, at least 450 of whom were in ICUs.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - Astor Place is seen devoid of people and traffic Tuesday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. In New York City, there have been 10,764 positive cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday night. Those positive cases include 3,050 in Queens, 2,324 in Manhattan, 3,154 in Brooklyn, 1,564 in the Bronx and 666 in Staten Island. As of 6 p.m. on Saturday, at least 1,800 people in New York City were hospitalized with the virus, at least 450 of whom were in ICUs.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - The nerve center of New York city, Times Square is seen devoid of people and traffic Tuesday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. In New York City, there have been 10,764 positive cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday night. Those positive cases include 3,050 in Queens, 2,324 in Manhattan, 3,154 in Brooklyn, 1,564 in the Bronx and 666 in Staten Island. As of 6 p.m. on Saturday, at least 1,800 people in New York City were hospitalized with the virus, at least 450 of whom were in ICUs.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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New York - MARCH 23, 2020 - The nerve center of New York city, Times Square is seen devoid of people and traffic Tuesday morning during the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak. In New York City, there have been 10,764 positive cases of COVID-19 and 99 deaths, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday night. Those positive cases include 3,050 in Queens, 2,324 in Manhattan, 3,154 in Brooklyn, 1,564 in the Bronx and 666 in Staten Island. As of 6 p.m. on Saturday, at least 1,800 people in New York City were hospitalized with the virus, at least 450 of whom were in ICUs.. (Luiz C. Ribeiro for New York Daily News)

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luiz c. ribeiro
Mar 23, 2020
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