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De Blasio: New York City may lay off, furlough essential workers without federal bailout
New York City may have to lay off or furlough front-line workers if it does not receive a multi-billion dollar federal bailout, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.
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How loss of local characters tears at NYC’s fabric
"His high in life was talking to people from everywhere," a son said of his father, a Harlem bar owner who died of the coronavirus.
Read the full story on The New York Times.
Long-term ‘disaster morgue’ set up at Brooklyn’s 39th Street Pier
New York City is now operating a long-term "disaster morgue" in Brooklyn, where bodies will be stored frozen inside trucks, a move designed to help funeral directors overwhelmed during the pandemic.
Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.
Historic shutdown of subway for cleaning deemed successful
The first deliberate shutdown of the New York City subway system in 115 years was deemed successful by transit officials on Wednesday, after a small army of cleaners disinfected trains and officials removed homeless people who had been sheltering underground.
Read the full story on ABC News.
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