Over 15.5 million people across the globe have been infected since the virus was first reported in Wuhan, China, including over four million in the U.S. More than 8.8 million globally have reportedly recovered from infection, while over 633,600 have died, as of Friday, according to the latest figures from Johns Hopkins University. … [Read more...] about Do You Have to Quarantine After Flying From New York?
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The schools in any of these 38 counties currently on the list are able to apply for waivers allowing them to conduct in-person learning, but must otherwise hold all classes online. The waivers will be granted only if the area meets certain health requirements and will only apply to kindergarten through sixth grades, KABC-TV reported. … [Read more...] about New York, State With Largest School District, Allows Schools to Reopen — Here’s Where Second-Ranked California Stands
“It’s an incredible honor and also very humbling to show three of my films at the New York Film Festival,” McQueen said in a statement. “It’s especially meaningful for me at this particular time to share these stories as a Black man of West Indian heritage.” … [Read more...] about Steve McQueen sets 3 premieres at New York Film Festival
Prior to the explosion, Lebanon's economy was already collapsing due to endemic corruption and a severe dollar shortage. The blast only exacerbated the situation, which had already seen most of the country's residents sink into poverty. Adding to the problem, the explosion destroyed a wheat granary, significantly raising concerns about growing food insecurity. … [Read more...] about Protesters Chant ‘Nazi’ Outside Lebanese Consulate in New York, Calling On Consul Abir Taha Audi to Resign
“People bring in knives, weapons, they say they’re going to hurt you if you say something they don’t like, if you look at them”, he recounted. “I had a staff member pull a knife on me”. City authorities, including NYPD officers and homeless outreach workers, have tried to convince Mishefski to leave his makeshift shrine after numerous 311 calls, but he declined. Homelessness in New York City is not a crime, and the Department of Homeless Services explained that he cannot be removed forcibly because he is not presenting a risk to himself or others or breaking the law. … [Read more...] about Naked in the Rain: ‘Jesus’ Descends on New York Park, Turns Drained Fountain Into Shrine