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NYC COVID-19 Case Rate Slows

NYC COVID-19 Case Rate Slows

New York City Health Department data reveals significant improvement.

COVID-19 Mental Toll

COVID-19 Mental Toll

Recovering from stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic could be a long journey for many.

COVID-19 Rates Highest in Bronx

COVID-19 Rates Highest in Bronx

The virus appears to be spreading faster among Bronxites than in residents of the other boroughs.

The COVID-19 Epicenter

The COVID-19 Epicenter

Queens has been hit hard by Covid-19, with over 52,000 cases as of May 4.

DOE Opens REC Care for Essential Workers

DOE Opens REC Care for Essential Workers

Regional Enrichment Centers are open throughout the five boroughs offering childcare.

A Crowded Commute Due to Service Cuts

A Crowded Commute Due to Service Cuts

Essential workers commuting to work are disappointed that the M.T.A. is not running as usual, citing staff shortages due to COVID-19.

Fewer Crimes as New Yorkers Stay Home

Fewer Crimes as New Yorkers Stay Home

During the last two weeks of March, crime overall in New York City decreased by 20 percent, coincidin with the lock down.

Bronx Health Care Workers: “We Need PPE”

Bronx Health Care Workers: “We Need PPE”

In a protest outside of Montefiore Medical Center’s Moses campus, staff say they are working in dangerous conditions.

Coronavirus Dispatches

Coronavirus Dispatches

Scenes from the city on the cusp of the outbreak.