While some New Yorkers have actually been separating themselves and following social distancing standards during the coronavirus pandemic, others in the city are being reckless relating to others’ welfare.
On Monday morning, the USNS Convenience shown up in New York City’s harbor.
The USNS Comfort seen cruising to New York Harbor from a NYS escort vessel.
The Comfort brings 1,000 much-needed medical facility beds & 1,200 workers to New york city. I’ll be in New York City to receive a briefing upon its arrival. pic.twitter.com/VpHpjymsow
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) March 30, 2020
Ahead of the ship’s arrival in the Hudson River, dozens of New Yorkers collected on Manhattan’s west side to see it arrive.
Images from Getty Images that were likewise published on social networks reveal crowds of people collected on Monday, the majority of whom are not keeping 6 feet of distance from others as advised by health specialists to restrict the spread of the infection.
so we’re just going to remain in quarantine forever huh pic.twitter.com/loykFYkNRD
— web infant (@kirkpate) March 30, 2020
COVID-19 is believed to spread in between people who are in close contact with one another, which the CDC determines as “within about six feet.” The disease can likewise transfer through respiratory droplets produced when a contaminated individual coughs or sneezes.
The ease of transmission is the reason that citizens of New york city state, which has ended up being the global center of the pandemic, are being directed to stay at home through April 15.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) also announced on Monday that New york city state now has more than 66,000 cases of the coronavirus.
Those in the crowd should have missed the paradox that they were putting themselves at higher risk of infection to see a ship that existed only since the city was struggling to include infections.
Stay at home. No Instagram post deserves your life.
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