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A source in Brooklyn's Hasidic community called the threat "laughable."
"It doesn’t look like the government is planning to do any enforcement, so they’re not too worried," said one parent.
Violence and rage erupted in Borough Park for the second straight night on Wednesday, as police fell back.
"Nobody here has the virus," said a woman walking in Borough Park with her children on Tuesday. "The president got the virus, he recovered. There are medicines now."
NYPD officers attempted to disperse a massive street celebration in Crown Heights on Monday night, prompting indifference and hostility from ultra-Orthodox revelers.
Sources in the Orthodox medical community say that some healthcare providers in Borough Park are withholding COVID test results from public health authorities
"Your violent Nazi storm troopers are coming in here to violate us," one of the hecklers shouted.
“I was the only one here of 20 people wearing a mask,” said 70-year-old Chaim Krieger. “It’s just not central to their concern.”
"Yes we're here. The boys are here. Everybody's here, The boys are in class with the Rebbeim. Everybody's learning."
Mayor Bill de Blasio warned Wednesday of an uptick in coronavirus cases within Borough Park, linked in part to a large wedding attended by members of Brooklyn's ultra-Orthodox community.
Witnesses said that police handcuffed a young boy, and threatened others with summonses for violating social distancing orders and not wearing a masks.
De Blasio personally helped disperse the massive funeral, describing it as "unacceptable" in a series of tweets on Tuesday night.
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