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Cons & Pros of Virtual Education

Cons & Pros of Virtual Education

Some students found it more difficult to learn remotely while others reported being more productive.

A Home Health Aide’s New Normal

A Home Health Aide’s New Normal

Caregivers adopt new routines for working with vulnerable populations.

Construction During COVID-19

Construction During COVID-19

New rules apply as workers return to sites to protect against workplace dangers.

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.

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.

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.

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