The death toll inside New York’s nursing homes is perhaps one of the most tragic facets of the coronavirus pandemic: More than 6,400 residents have died in the state’s nursing homes and long-term care facilities, representing more than one-tenth of the reported deaths in such facilities across the country. … [Read more...] about Fact Check: Has New York Handled the Coronavirus Pandemic Better than Florida?
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“However, the success of our efforts depends on citizens’ willingness to comply with state guidance, socially distance, wear masks and wash their hands, and rising cases around the country continue to threaten our progress, which is why four new states have been added to New York’s travel advisory,” he announced. … [Read more...] about New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Add Four States to Quarantine List
"I am trying hard to create in this magazine a civil, respectful, intellectually honest space for political debate," Haskell said. "I believe there is a way to write from a conservative perspective about some of the most politically charged subjects of American life while still upholding our values. I also think that our magazine in particular has an opportunity to be a place where the liberal project is hashed out, which is to say not only championed but also interrogated." … [Read more...] about Longtime columnist and blogger Andrew Sullivan resigns from New York magazine
On Twitter over the weekend, Thomas Chatterton Williams, a writer who also signed the Harper’s letter, claimed in now-deleted tweets that he was “in the middle of nowhere in France and I literally ended up expelling from my house an American friend staying over who, out of nowhere, started ranting against Bari Weiss.” Au revoir, Bari. Enjoy whatever book/podcast/movie/Quibi deal you’ve got waiting for you on the other side of all this. … [Read more...] about Bari Weiss ‘Self-Expels’ From the New York
That possibility may be on the horizon. A 2018 study and another published this month, both of which Brenner contributed to, concluded that low levels of a certain type of ultraviolet light, called far-UVC light, can be diffused continuously in an enclosed space and kill some forms of human coronavirus as effectively as conventional UV light — without the harmful effects to human eyes and skin. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: New York City subways sparkle, but does cleaning decrease Covid-19 risk?