Around Brooklyn: 2 Arrested for Allegedly Tearing Masks Off Jewish People in Brooklyn

Nearly 190,000 people were tested for the coronavirus in New York City over the past two weeks, a record number, says the New York Times. The increase in testing, crucial for curbing the outbreak, came as Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to hire a small army of 1,000 disease detectives to track down the contacts of every infected New Yorker. The city is also paying for hotels to house people who cannot quarantine in their cramped apartments…

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Why the Path to Reopening New York City Will Be So Difficult

Nearly 190,000 people were tested for the coronavirus in New York City over the past two weeks, a record number, says the New York Times. The increase in testing, crucial for curbing the outbreak, came as Mayor […]

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