100 people test positive for coronavirus in Hasidic Brooklyn neighborhood

The results have come since the clinic began testing on Friday morning.

Dirshu students taking the tests in Boro Park, Brooklyn  (photo credit: MENACHEM ADELMAN)
Dirshu students taking the tests in Boro Park, Brooklyn
(photo credit: MENACHEM ADELMAN)
At least 100 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus in Borough Park, a Hasidic neighborhood in Brooklyn.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency confirmed the number with an official at Asisa, an urgent care clinic in the New York City neighborhood that caters to the Hasidic community.
According to the official, who asked to remain anonymous because of restrictions on speaking to the media, the 100 positive tests have come since the clinic began testing on Friday morning. Asisa has conducted 1,000 tests, the official said.
As of Tuesday, there are 814 coronavirus cases in New York City, according to its Department of Health.