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Top NYC news: Economy sent into chaos; 24-hour shifts for firefighters; more

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Almost overnight, New York City's booming economy sent into chaos

The Citizens Budget Commission estimated the city could lose $5 billion in revenue in the upcoming fiscal year, based on the prior two recessions.

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Cuomo: ‘There is no quarantine plan for New York City’

When asked if there would be increased restrictions for residents leaving their homes, Gov. Cuomo states "there is no quarantine plan for New York City."

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FDNY adopts 24-hour shifts for firefighters as virus safeguard

The Fire Department slightly moved up the graduation of a class of 309 probationary Firefighters and effective March 16 implemented a strict system of 24-hour shifts keeping the same members of fire companies together, in reaction to the growing number of firefighters potentially exposed to the coronavirus.

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