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Childbirth During a Pandemic: New York State Launches a Plan

Childbirth During a Pandemic: New York State Launches a Plan

Even in a pandemic, the natural cycles of life and death continue, and nobody knows this better now than the obstetricians and midwives working in New York City.

Five Takeaways from NYC’s COVID-19 Data

Five Takeaways from NYC’s COVID-19 Data

By Caroline Chen and TuAnh Dam New York City had its first COVID-19 case on March 1, and in less than two months, the number of confirmed cases

Updates:  Coronavirus Digest

Updates: Coronavirus Digest

Thursday, April 30 Cuomo Suspending Overnight Subway Service Following multiple reports of homeless people camping out in subways cars and because of COVID-19,  New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

Nurses Union Sues Two Hospitals and New York Health Department

Nurses Union Sues Two Hospitals and New York Health Department

The New York State Nurses Association, the state’s nurses’ union, sued the New York State’s Department of Health and two medical centers Monday over working conditions during the

On the Frontlines: Nurses Say They Need More Protective Masks and Gear

On the Frontlines:  Nurses Say They Need More Protective Masks and Gear

Nurses treating COVID-19 patients throughout many of the city’s hospitals are reporting that they don’t have enough protective gear. As the virus continues to spread through the city, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that more personal protective gear, and masks are on their way.  For anxious nurses, the relief can’t come soon enough. Reports of supply […]

Bernie Sanders Stays in the Race Despite Primary Losses

Bernie Sanders Stays in the Race Despite Primary Losses

On Tuesday March 10, former Vice President Joe Biden won primaries in the states of Idaho, Michigan, Missouri, Montana and Washington.  His opponent, Senator Bernie Sanders, won in North Dakota. Despite recent losses, Sanders announced Wednesday that he would stay in the race.  Sanders faced a blow to his campaign that only two weeks ago […]

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