New York’s court system is postponing all “nonessential” services as officials move to slow a growing coronavirus outbreak that as of Monday had infected at least 950 people across the state. 

Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks announced the plan’s specifics in a Sunday memorandum addressed to court employees. The postponements were set to begin at 5 p.m. Monday.

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