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NEW YORK CITY — Alternate side parking in New York City is suspended for at least another week.

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Twitter Saturday evening that the much-maligned parking rules will continue to be suspended through next Sunday, June 28.

“We can do this while continuing to keep our streets clean,” he said.

With the exception of one week in May, alternate side parking in the five boroughs has been suspended since mid-March when city and state officials began to enforce strict rules under the New York PAUSE plan to slow the spread of COVID-19, forcing most New Yorkers to stay home.