Gale Brewer’s Update: From Harlem To Houston Wednesday COVID update 3-20-20

Friends, We’ve made it through the first week! This is the fifth of my COVID-19 newsletters, for Friday, March 20, 2020, assembling what I hope is useful information all in one place. Continue Reading →

Half Of New York Work Force From Harlem To Hollis Ordered Home By Governor Cuomo

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. Continue Reading →

Don’t Do It, DCWP Issue Rule That Makes Price Gouging Illegal For COVID-19 Products

Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas today announced that the Agency has promulgated an emergency Rule. Continue Reading →

Nurses Call For Urgent Emergency Action From Harlem To Hollis

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, Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: NYC Coronavirus Case Count Now At 463, With No Coronavirus Cases In Harlem

The number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus increased to 463 Monday morning, according to lawmakers. Continue Reading →

32BJ Health Fund Partners With NYC Health + Hospitals To Provide High-Quality Affordable Maternity Care To Members

NYC Health + Hospitals today announced that three of its acute care facilities will partner with 32BJ Health Fund. Continue Reading →

New York Cares Collected 94,000+ Coats For Those Experiencing Poverty From Harlem To Hollis

Despite an unseasonably warm winter, New York Cares, New York City’s leading volunteer organization, today announced that it collected 94,960 warm winter coats.

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NYC Health + Hospitals Eliminates All Sugary Drinks From It’s Facilities From Harlem To Hollis

NYC Health + Hospitals today announced the launch of a Healthy Beverage Initiative that eliminates the sale of sugary drinks throughout the public health care system. Continue Reading →


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