Mayor Bill de Blasio recently blamed a coronavirus spike on an Orthodox Jewish wedding. But it’s not just Black Lives Matter rioters who get an exemption from following coronavirus rules.
So do celebrities.
New York City quarantine rules are now being enforced on travelers from 34 states, requiring a two-week isolation if arriving in the five boroughs for longer than a 24-hour stopover.
That is, if you’re just a citizen. If you’re a celebrity or part of their crew, you can apparently come right in.
The New York Post is reporting that the likes of Ariana Grande will not be subject to isolation for performing at the 2020 VMAs, which take place Aug. 30.
To summarize, the current rules in New York City are that you can’t have a Jewish wedding or funeral, but you can have a race riot or awards show.
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