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Top NYC news: Residents still flocking to parks; nearly half of city's virus patients are under 45

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in New York City.

Photos show New Yorkers failing miserably at social distancing just steps from mayor's home

Carl Schurz Park near Gracie Mansion was filled with people on Tuesday. Photographer Scott Lynch said, "The promenade was more crowded than any other park I've been to these last few days. More crowded than any street I've been to." 

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Almost half of city's coronavirus patients are under 45

Parents in New York City can take comfort in one thing: Zero kids have died so far. Children under 18 make up just 2% of the city's cases, the data shows.

Read the full story on CNBC.

Will all of America become like New York?

As coronavirus infections multiply by the thousands, New York City sees itself as the canary in the national coal mine.

Read the full story on POLITICO.

People who have recently left NY should quarantine for 14 days, task force recommends

Dr. Deborah Birx of the White House Coronavirus Task Force said those who have recently left the city may have been exposed and should be self-quarantining for the next 14 days. Those still in the city should still be following the presidential guidelines as well, she noted.

Read the full story on FOX 26 Houston.

New York City job losses amid pandemic hit Hispanic and poorer households hardest

The CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy survey shows how unemployment is affecting the city's residents. 

Read the full story on Newsweek.

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