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The people who work in kitchens and do deliveries are risking their lives for meager wages in the viral soup of the city.
Mayor Bill de Blasio also revealed the proposed budget for 2021 with “over $2 billion in very tough budget cuts.”
Facilities throughout the state may not be properly equipped to deal with ensuing kidney problems and renal failure.
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Nursing home residents in New York City have been heavily impacted by the pandemic, suffering an outsize death toll.
11,000 taxi and limousine commission-licensed drivers will deliver food to people in the greatest need.
Priority would be given to health-care workers, first responders and essential employees across the state.
Forecasts also project a loss of nearly a half million jobs; Mayor Bill de Blasio warned it could even be worse.
The president doesn’t have the authority to override the governors, whom he called mutinous in a tweet Tuesday
3,778 victims not confirmed by lab tests have been added to the city’s official count.
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The drop in the number of new deaths in the state correlates with other declining measures, including intubations.
One important piece of the puzzle will be deciding when to reopen schools.
Social distancing within shelters and cuts to staffing of service organizations pose problems to a group that is already vulnerable.
Burials have increased as much as fivefold on the city’s Hart Island.
The nation’s largest public school district is experiencing unprecedented upheaval.
Social distancing is much more difficult for the poor, the vulnerable and the lower-wage people of New York.
The outbreak has hit the city’s poorer minority and immigrant communities particularly hard.
The city is working to include in reports the at-home deaths that may be linked to COVID-19 but not lab-confirmed.