Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced stricter rules on communities and businesses to slow the spread of COVID-19 on Friday morning. All employees of "non-essential" businesses
COVID-19 is here. Broadway shows have gone dark, sports events cancelled, large gatherings have been banned, schools have been shuttered. The number of confirmed
How street vendors try to protect themselves from catching coronavirus.
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Also gyms, movie theaters, and casinos—all to help slow the virus
After days of mounting pressure, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that public schools in the city would close
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By Yuntong Man and Currie Engel New Yorkers Adjust to "Work From Home" from NYCityLens on Vimeo. With coronavirus cases in the city rising daily, companies have started
The rapid spread of the potentially deadly virus has raised alarms over safeguarding the city’s and the nation’s most vulnerable populations
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to sound alarms across the globe, some travelers are cancelling their trips out of fear of contracting the virus.
Visitors and vendors take safety precautions, but are taking it in stride
After the first confirmed coronavirus infection in NYC, residents around the city rushed to get prepared out of fear that the virus is spreading
Wages and salaries have already been cut and some worry they may have to close their doors
By Yuntong Man and Caroline Chen A week ago, Helen Wang, a Chinese graduate social work student at Columbia University, got on the 1 train