NYC Wants Civilians To Help Enforce Quarantine; Buckle Up For Election 2020

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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announced he was setting up checkpoints to enter New York City. The NYPD is asking for volunteers from its civilian staff to enforce the state’s quarantine order for travelers, the New York Post reported.

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