JESSE WATTERS: The thing in New York was you had very low-income people in very tight quarters that are touching a lot of handles and doorknobs. They weren't working. They were unemployed. They were going out, maybe not using masks. You don't know if they were practicing hygiene and social distancing. It's hard to practice social distancing in some of these homes in Queens and The Bronx. I mean you should see these, this is tight quarters. So, you know, there is a lot of blame to go around there.