The food court at Diversity Plaza closed last week, customers said.
A complaint about the illegal child care facility was lodged with the Health Department in Nov. 2014.
Inspectors found evidence of rats and flies in the restaurant, according to the Health Department.
A 3-month-old boy died in an apartment on Greene Street on Monday at an unlicensed day care center.
The ice cream shop on Lexington Avenue and 60th Street was shuttered on July 9, the DOH said.
The Department of Health said infected insects were found in Glen Oaks and New Dorp Beach.
New York City would be the first city in the country to require the warning.
The fast-food joint was shuttered for improper refrigeration and evidence of flies, the DOH said.
Inspectors will post signs to let tenants know they've collected dust samples and will test for lead.
A Diversion Center where officers can take low-level offenders will open in Harlem this fall.
The Indian restaurant is scheduled to reopen in the fall as a lounge-like restaurant.
Several spots in TriBeCa are hotbeds for rats, Department of Health officials said.
The new law would require the DOH to open cooling centers when air quailty reaches dangerous levels.
The number of Health Department closures marked a 25 percent decrease from 2013, the agency said.
At least 15 people have gotten the illness since 2013, according to the Department of Health.
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