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    ‘We cannot continue to address this alone:’ Eric Adams warns there will be 15 busloads with thousands of migrants arriving in NYC each week after Title 42 is lifted on Wednesday
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    New York City Mayor Eric Adams is warning that there will be 10 to 15 busloads bringing at least a thousand migrants to the Big Apple each week once Title 42 is lifted on Wednesday, Your Content has learned.

    New York City Mayor Eric Adams is warning of 10 to 15 busloads bringing at least a thousand migrants to the Big Apple each week once Title 42 is lifted.

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    Title 42 border restrictions are a public health order that enabled U.S. authorities to turn back most migrants, including people seeking asylum from persecution.

    Adams, in an email sent to city council members and their staffs, said that conditions could become dire across New York City as it hits capacity for shelter.

    He wrote: ‘We have diligently advocated for support from our Federal & State partners as we cannot continue to address this issue alone’,‘according to New York Post.

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