De Blasio wants to cancel the parade in the St. Patrick’s Day due to coronavirus

The mayor of new York bill de Blasio said Wednesday, March 11 that he is considering the cancellation of the parade in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, because the city was 10 new cases of coronavirus.

Now 46 cases is, of course, important, but it is still a city with a population of 8.6 million people, “said de Blasio.

According to the mayor, the city “is not so” introduces the areas of deterrence, both in new Rochelle.

We need to really think about it, because it is a favorite event, an important event, “—said he, stating that the probability of the spread of the virus less, because the parade takes place on the street.

Boston (mA) and Dublin (Ireland) have cancelled their parades.

There is nothing wrong to say that it should be lifted immediately. On the other hand, there are real problems [from the parade], “added the mayor.

They include travel on the metro and related internal meetings.

We will remind, the head of the Port authority Rick cotton has discovered coronavirus.


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