Originally beginning at 11 p.m. Monday, the city then extended the curfew into next week and bumped curfew up three hours to 8 p.m.
While the mayor’s executive order did state that the curfew would not apply to “individuals travelling [sic] to and from essential work and performing essential work,” which includes food delivery.
However, this was evidently lost on the NYPD, who were filmed arresting a Caviar delivery worker whose bag clearly designated the individual’s work.
In the video, several police officers can be seen detaining the worker while the individual’s Caviar delivery bag rests next to a bike.
Advertisement“We are alarmed by reports that a courier appears to have been arrested this evening in New York City shortly after curfew,” the spokesperson said.

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