NYC Democrat Mayor Adams To Impose 11 P.M. Curfew On More Migrant Shelters

Migrants sit in a queue outside of The Roosevelt Hotel that is being used by the city as temporary housing, Monday, July 31, 2023, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

New York City Mayor Eric Adams said Sunday he will impose an 11 p.m. to 6 p.m. on four additional migrant shelters, amid an uptick in crime attributed to such residents.

The total number of shelters will such a curfew will now be 24.

The curfew goes into effect Monday.

The cufew will impact about 3,600 migrants.

City Hall spokeswomen Kayla Mamelak said the curfew is intended to created a “more efficient capacity management for migrants in the city’s care.”

Many of the migrants have been sent to NYC from such overwhelmed border states as Texas.