The city released the data the same day that the New York Police Department shut down a Brooklyn yeshiva that was secretly teaching 60 children.
The Willamsburg shul faces threats of a shutdown if it does not adhere to the cease-and-desist order on large gatherings.
The incidents took place in the Williamsburg neighborhood.
“We can’t let this become a tale of two parks.”
Images and videos of cops handing out tickets spread widely through Hasidic social media channels.
“The plan was to have a specific number of people who could go into one street, then close it down, and have the car go to the next street.”
“Those who don’t social distance should be called out — but generalizing against the whole population is outrageous … so many are scapegoating Jews.
“The principal was here and he’s asked that whoever can come to Cheder tomorrow should come and wear their gloves.”
“As soon as we found out, we worked with community leaders and this particular school to immediately stop this reckless practice.”
“It definitely puts everyone in danger, the kids going. I definitely believe that this is putting others at risk.”