De Blasio says New Yorkers should be ‘ready’ for the city to stay closed until the end of MAY and predicts ‘more than half’ of the 8.6million population will become infected with coronavirus

Friday, March 27, 2020
By Paul Martin

De Blasio appeared on Good Morning America on Friday to gave an update on the virus impact in New York City
He said people should be ‘ready’ for New York to stay closed throughout May
The mayor predicts that half of the city’s 8.6m population will become infected
He says that the help needs to keep coming from Trump and the federal government
New York City has more than 23,000 cases of the virus and 365 people have died
In 24 hours between Wednesday and Thursday, 177 people died in its hospitals
The peak of the virus has not yet come; there is now a race against time to make sure hospitals have enough ventilators before it arrives
His prediction came as research from the University of Washington School of Medicine suggested as many as 81,000 would be killed by the virus in the US and that the pandemic will not be over until June
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27 March 2020

Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Friday that people ‘need to be ready’ for New York staying in lockdown until the end of May as he gave the grave prediction that at least half of the city would become infected by coronavirus.

Speaking on Good Morning America as the US topped the world’s COVID-19 hotspots with 86,000 infections, de Blasio was asked if the city would stay shuttered ‘through May’.

He answered: ‘I think we need to be ready for that,’ then went on to slam President Trump’s Easter deadline to reopen the country as something that gave ‘false hope’ to the nation.

De Blasio also warned that ‘more than half’ of New York City – which has a population of 8.6million – would become infected with the virus at any one time.

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