Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York, holds a bottle hand sanitiser during a news conference at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York, holds a bottle hand sanitiser during a news conference at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York, demonstrates a non contact thermal thermometer with Richard Carranza, chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, during a news conference at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York, demonstrates a non contact thermal thermometer with Richard Carranza, chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, during a news conference at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
A hallway stands empty during a new conference at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
A hallway stands empty during a new conference at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Students' desk adhere to social distancing requirements in a classroom at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Students' desk adhere to social distancing requirements in a classroom at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Hand sanitiser sits on a student's desk at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg
Hand sanitiser sits on a student's desk at New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn, New York. New York City's public schools can hold in-person classes, governor Andrew Cuomo announced. Picture: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg

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