Adams: Migrants Will Be Sleeping On The Streets

Mayor Eric Adams says New York City has run out of shelter space for the migrants and that's going to start hurting the quality of life in the five boroughs.

"You are going to see the visual of running out of room. It's not if, it's when people are going to be sleeping on our streets," Adams said.

The mayor has already changed shelter rules to limit migrants to 60 day stays. But with more migrants arriving every week, Adams says the city doesn't have the space to provide everyone with a place to stay.

Mayor Adams is again demanding more help from the federal government.

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