The DOH says that starting Friday there will be regular inspections of non-public schools within those clusters and their adjacent zip codes.
They say a number of law enforcement personnel will continue to increase in order to provide mask and social distancing cooperation in these areas.
The city says if progress is not made by Monday, September 28, there could be an immediate reduction in activity in those areas, including a ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
Fines could be imposed on residents who do not wear masks.
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Private schools and daycares may also be closed.
In addition, non-essential businesses may be forced to close.
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