Mayor de Blasio today called for a rent freeze for 2.3 million tenants in nearly 1 million rent-stabilized units across the City amid the COVID-19 epidemic.
The sprawling Javits Center in Manhattan, normally a host of conventions, soon will become a temporary hospital set up to deal with the new coronavirus, announced Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Mayor de Blasio today issued updated COVID-19 guidance to New Yorkers, pursuant to new State regulations.
New York City is now the epicenter of the coronavirus crisis in the United States as the number of cases passed 4,000 and 26 people have died, the mayor said Continue Reading →
New York businesses can only send half their staff outside under a new executive order Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday, as the city’s confirmed novel coronavirus case count reached 1,339.
In the face of the declaration of a global pandemic and the declaration of a state of emergency in the U.S. and New York to fight the current COVID-19 outbreak,
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced new updates on the City’s response to COVID-19. The City will move towards a remote learning model for all school days until Spring Recess.
Success Academy announced to families and staff today that it will suspend on-campus learning and shift all 18,000 students to remote learning, starting Thursday, March 19, 2020, until further notice.
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