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New York City mayor Bill de Blasio said there would be no repeat of the numerous inspectors sent to Boro Park to enforced the COVID 19 protocols in October 2020.

De Blasio said there would be fewer inspectors that will be sent to Boro Park to implement the NYC pass, which orders all residents to get vaccinated by September 13.

The mayor said Boro Park residents can now sleep well since the numerous inspectors that bugged them last year will not anymore happen this year.

He defended that the numerous inspectors sent to Boro Park did not come from him but from governor Andrew Cuomo.

Based on the NYC pass those who will violate the vaccine mandate will pay a fine of $1,000 to $5,000.

Meanwhile, de Blasio is set to meet incoming New York governor Kathy Hochul.

De Blasio is confident he can have a better relationship with Hochul compared to his sour relationship with Cuomo.

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