As the City continues to confront the disparities of COVID-19, the Health Department today released an updated COVID-19 data page detailing additional demographic information about how the outbreak is affecting New Continue Reading →
Mayor de Blasio announced today that any person with COVID-19 symptoms is now eligible to receive a test in New York City.
By Bretton Love No other place reflects the diversity of the Big Apple than Harlem, which is reflected in Harlem’s diverse food scene.
By Bretton Love The days of heading to a simple bar or café with friends are over, with people now expecting more than just flat beer and stale conversation to Continue Reading →
Coronavirus (COVID-19) tally as compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
To contain and mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Mayor de Blasio today announced a comprehensive “Test and Trace” strategy to reduce COVID-19 infections from Harlem to Hollis.
Numbers of the new coronavirus slowed slightly in New York City this week, giving more time to stock hospitals with desperately needed ventilators, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
Spring break has been canceled in New York’s public schools and teachers have been ordered to keep teaching remotely amid the new coronavirus pandemic, according to the teacher’s union.
Get the Harlem World Newsletter