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Coronavirus drives de Blasio to release 300 more people from NYC jails

“(It’s) getting worse and worse and worse…It is dreadful, it is scary, and we are worsening the humanitarian crisis on Rikers Island by not addressing it quickly enough,” Johnson said in a phone call on Tuesday with reporters, politicians and criminal justice advocates prior to the mayor’s announcement.

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