We Have No Idea How Many Public Housing Tenants — or Workers — Have Coronavirus

Even before New York became the epicenter of the pandemic, it didn’t take much imagination to project that COVID-19 would be a disaster for the roughly half-million people living in the city’s 326 public-housing complexes. A lethargic response from NYCHA, which does not appear to be tracking infection rates, has left residents and building staff to draw attention to the extent of the crisis. Last week, Politico reported on 27 deaths in three Brownsville, Brooklyn, NYCHA complexes…

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