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Councilman Deutsch
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Please join me in praying for the two police officers who were reportedly shot in Queens.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 23
It was a great day distributing turkeys 🦃 to seniors, veterans 🇺🇸, people with disabilities, & Holocaust survivors in our district. Celebrating may look different this year, but I’m to for ensuring that turkeys can still be a part of the picture!
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Andrea Grymes Nov 20
. asks NYC Dept of Ed if test & trace corps has found covid links to schools - Dept of Ed says they have not seen many clusters in schools.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 19
On tonight’s Chaim on the Radio: ▪️How to fight unjust violations with Glen Bolofsky of and ▪️Dating during COVID with matchmaker Lisa Elefant & local single Rachel Fried 10:00pm • 620AM •
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 19
Replying to @ChaimDeutsch
(In southern Brooklyn)
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 19
The city and state zone maps have been updated to reflect the transition from orange to yellow, and from yellow to “no-zone”. You know where I’m heading right now! 💇‍♂️🏋️‍♂️😷 City map: State map:
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 18
Replying to @CafeKosher
Yes.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 18
With public schools closing, hundreds of thousands parents will be at home with their kids tomorrow and for the next several weeks. needs to suspend .
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 18
Many parents are confused and inquiring about private schools. As of now, private schools can remain open.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 18
Ridiculous. The positivity rate in public schools is at 0.19%. By that metric, it’s far safer to be inside a public school than anywhere else in New York City.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 18
Brooklyn’s orange zone will transition to yellow. Relaxed regulations will take effect when the map is updated: 🟡Houses of worship: 50% capacity 🟡All businesses can reopen 🟡gatherings: 25 ppl max 🟡indoor dining resumes, 4 ppl per table max Map:
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 17
We’re passing out masks today until 6pm at Hatbox, on Coney Island Avenue and Avenue O. Swing by and grab some free masks, and patronize a local small business.
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NYC Department of Veterans' Services (DVS) Nov 17
DVS & the will host a webinar to instruct NYC on how to contest a summons or ticket issued by enforcement agencies. WHEN: Wed, Nov. 18th | 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. RSVP:
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 17
I’ll be distributing free masks today from 4 - 6pm on Coney Island Avenue and Avenue O, in front of the Hatbox clothing store. Please stop by to pick up a few masks and say hello! 😷
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 17
We are seeing a sharp increase in serious cases and in hospitalizations in NY & across the country. We MUST focus on social distancing and mask-wearing to avoid another shutdown. Our economy can’t afford it. Our children can’t afford it. Our mental health can’t afford it.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 16
Replying to @ChaimDeutsch
For many of the businesses that have been closed for months, they have no options left. Government has not helped them & they are on the verge of shutting their doors forever. They’ve spent their entire lives building a business, only to have it torn away in a matter of months.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 16
I’ve contacted the Governor’s office to urge that the BK orange zone transition to yellow, so businesses that have been closed since Sept can reopen & safe indoor dining can resume. According to recent zone data, BK orange is performing equal to or better than many yellow zones.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 15
As the wind and rain howls outside, I can’t help but think of the “orange zone” restaurants who simply won’t be able to earn any money tonight. There are safe ways to reopen indoor dining. Limiting certain businesses right to operate is unfair & unjust.
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Councilman Deutsch Nov 15
“I had to fire all of my employees.” “It costs more for me to open at this point.” “How will I feed my family?” I joined with colleagues & leaders today to visit formerly “red zone” stores. These were some of the heart-wrenching comments we heard from shop owners.
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Chaskel Bennett Nov 15
Our friend Paper Maven at 1394 Coney Island Avenue is desperate for customers. Please stop by and tell him Chaskel sent you. He's been closed for weeks and needs our support NOW!!
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