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Down by the cove it 19 pandemic because new cases of the virus or no longer decreasing in the city. Cable W. City Hall bureau chief Pat Lobe Report. Indoor dining and Jim's will now remain shut down until August 1st, unless city officials Seymour progress against the virus. Health Commissioner Tom Farley points out. It's impossible to eat and drink in a restaurant and keep a mask on, and Jim's vigorous physical activity causes you to breathe fast puts people nearby at risk. There's no one is more interesting exercise than us here of health, but we encourage people to get their exercise outdoors. Charlie says activities outdoors and wear masks can be enforced, will be allowed to reopen Friday, including shopping malls, libraries and museums. Farley says the decision was difficult but necessary because the city failed to meet the target for a decrease in the number of new cases. He says the increasing new cases are in a younger group strongly related to travel to the shore. What we're hearing is many people living together and of each house or

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