More restrictions are coming if vaccination rate doesn't increase, city says

The city will need to have close to a 100% vaccination rate for life to return to normal, a more stringent policy than Mayor Bill de Blasio has conveyed in regular appearances or in policies for his own employees.
In an opposition memo to the first lawsuit against the city’s vaccine mandate on indoor businesses, the city argued that “a population that is 100% vaccinated will be protected against outbreaks and surges in hospitalizations” and that while the individual threshold for “herd immunity” was still unknown, its experts believed that threshold was now greater than 90%. 
That is a long way from the 58.8% of New York City residents who

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