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Dozens of taxis left in parking lots as New York shuts all non-essential businesses

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Dozens of taxis left in parking lots as New York shuts all non-essential businesses

Dozens of taxis left in parking lots as New York shuts all non-essential businesses

Multiple parking lots in New York City are filled with yellow cabs who are unable to find business during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Sephora Store in Herald Square has been boarded up after executive order from Governor Cuomo to close all non-essential businesses.

This footage was filmed on March 24.

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