Plan? Who needs a plan?
That’s essentially what Mayor Bill de Blasio admitted Thursday when he confessed that there was no reopening plan in place for the city’s public schools, which closed indefinitely Thursday to in-person learning due to rising COVID-19 rates.
“What I have learned sometimes, is sometimes it is hard to imagine the next phase until you get there. You do your damnedest to plan ahead, but you can’t always do that. We have a really ever-changing situation here,” de Blasio said during a City Hall press briefing when pressed by a Post reporter as to why a reopening plan had not been prepared.
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