Here’s the text of the latest citywide robocall. I have bold-faced the key paragraph:
This is Mayor Noam Bramson, with an update for today, March 31.
Para español, oprima número uno.
New Rochelle was one of the first communities to implement physical distancing, and our early actions have made a difference. According to the latest data, our city is declining as a share of positive cases in the region, with a somewhat slower rate of spread.
But the apex is still ahead, we have a long way to go, and it’s vital that we keep up our good work. Please continue to stay home as much as possible. When in public spaces, including markets and parks, stay at least six feet away from others. These measures will save lives, so let’s each do our part.
As reported in prior updates:
Alternate side of the street regulations are suspended until further notice, and metered parking remains free.
All residents are urged to fill out their Census, either online or by phone. The Census is important to our future, so please make sure you are counted.
Many local restaurants are open for delivery service, so even while staying home, you can still support our local business community and have a great meal.
City Hall remains closed to the public, but all essential services are operating. If you see a police officer, fire fighter, or sanitation worker, please express your thanks – they are doing a great job, under very difficult circumstances.
Remember, there’s always more information at newrochelleny.com/coronavirus.
Thank you for listening. Let’s continue to stay informed, engaged, and supportive of each other.