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Recent videos surface on Twitter showing overcrowding in the Manhattan’ Inwood Section

With recent uproars over non COVID-19 compliance at and around NYC restaurants and bars, a new video was posted on Twitter showing people congregating outside establishments within the Inwood Section of upper Manhattan.

Everyone come up to Inwood. It’s a festival atmosphere. With ten restaurants jammed into a block and half, they all operate a patio license and open streets license. Busy busy busy. Typical night.
@NYGovCuomo @NYCMayor @GaleBrewerNYC

Stated one tweet sarcastically.

LES Dwellers retweeted the item with their own input:

Hey @NYCMayor @NYCSpeakerCoJo @galeabrewer fix Open St & Restaurants. This is your purview not @NYGovCuomo. Gov might stop scolding you at pressers & sending down his cavalry if Open Sts are social distance safe & restaurant rules enforced. Pandemic requires smart City Planning.

 

 

For weeks, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s been directly and indirectly hounding Mayor de Blasio for not doing his job of enforcing COVID-19 compliance.

This past week the Governor announced liquor license suspensions and violations brought about the State Liquor Authority after their investigators visited roughly 1,000 bars and restaurants.

This very morning, he held a tele-conference during which he stated that 103 violations were encountered on Friday and Saturday with additional suspensions on the way tomorrow, Monday, July 27.

Just the other day, a similar video had been posted from another section of Manhattan.

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