NYC will now cap shelter stays for adult migrants at 30 days: Mayor Adams

Mayor Eric Adams on Friday announced the city will implement a new 30-day limit on shelter stays for single adult migrants, after previously instituting a 60-day cut-off in July.

With 300 to 500 newcomers still arriving in the Big Apple each day and the city still housing roughly 60,000 migrants, City Hall said the move will help free up much needed shelter beds.