Ricky Shaw New York City United States of Ame
HOSPITAL ADMISSION AND ICU IS DOWN BUT NUMBER OF DEATH WAS 112 IN NYC
Governor Andrew Cuomo said both hospital admissions and patients with Intensive care unit curves are flattening in the state but fatalities rose to 112.
Low lower socioeconomic status populations in New York City have had a high number of positive test results for antibodies.
According to the Governor the proportion is greater than the regional average. "So this is where the disease starts to grow," Cuomo,” says. He said that experiments at NYCHA facilities will be widening.
Governor says that they are opening the state in phases and indicated for the opening of complete state until July.
COALITION OF SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS LOOKING TO REOPEN BY MAY 26
Manhattan shop owners fight to resume their businesses and say their livelihoods are at risk.
One Upper East Side retail shop has ignored orders to remain shut.
Although there were no buyers on Wed at the Peter Elliot store on Lexington Avenue, the shop is willing to sell some tees — regardless of what state officials say.
And they are making sure the buyers have enough of supply — as long as the consumers are willing.
Yeah, it breaks all regional lockdown laws, but with the closure, but sellers are frustrated now.
"We are not a sheep country, but we were treated like sheep," said Elliot Ravens, store owner.
Ravens formed a coalition with prominent downtown merchants to insist that department stores be permitted to operate under the same sort of requirements as food stores and pharmacies for profit.
He said the NYPD had inspected his shop a total of 5 times since he opened again on April 27 and never had a summons released.
"Our companies are the bedrock of this community, and on this we rely on financially to bring food on our tables and are equally important to our staff, vendors, and local communities," Restart NYC said in a statement.
The coalition of more than 280 small businesses is looking to reopen by May twenty-six.
NYC WILL NEED 2 YEARS TO RECOVER FROM PANDEMIC CRISIS
NYC authorities say the state Department of Labor has now compensated out more than nine billion dollars to the 2 million people who have submitted for jobless claims since the disease outbreak struck.
It comes as a recent study estimates it would take the region to at least 4 years to hit the same levels of jobs as before.
That's according to the city's Autonomous Budget Agency.
According to the report, the city would not begin to recover from this crisis for another 2 years.
The IBO predicts the region will shed a minimum of 447,000 workers by Sep.
NEW YORK ENTERED INTO IT REOPENING PHASE ONE AND SIXTH NY REGION WILL AVAILABLE ON TUESDAY
NYC fulfills the requirements for going into the Phase one on Tues, Governor said, bringing the state one more inch closer to a "usual" return.
However, impatient citizens are wondering how summer camps can run in the face of troubling news reports on the coronavirus and whether it would all fit into the possibility of restarting institutes for children in Sep as planned.
The economy is starting to turn on. Western NYC, home to the Buffalo Bills, will begin it's restarting on Tues, being the 6th region to reopen, whilst the Capital Region is expected to follow its in coming days.
Governor wants the Pro-sports with no audience to restart. You can now go golfing in New Jersey.
Outside seating eateries at Connecticut returns by Wed. Much of the Tri-state beaches will again available from Friday.
NYC FERRY SERVICE WILL ALTER FROM THE COMING WEEK
Alterations in frequency and routing into ferry services in New York City. Due to reduced passenger numbers, service from Monday to Sunday ends at nine o'clock in the night.
The passenger traffic is reduced due to the recent corona virus outbreak crisis and as well as due to Shelter-at-place directive.
It would also modify routes on the LES, Brooklyn, & Soundview in the Bronx.
Travelers still can depart or get services at the wall street center.
The numerous improvements to the operation will take place from the coming week.
NYC'S ROADS ARE OVERFLOWING WITH TRAFFIC AGAIN AFTER THE EASE IN SHELTER AT PLACE ORDINANCE
NYC 's roads stayed relatively quiet for a month after the shelter-at-place directive. But 2nd Avenue was overflowing with bike riders and pedestrians, on Friday noon.
The transportation could be here to live, according to statistics from the NYC transit authority.
Traffic in the last days of March decrease to an estimate of 244,222 automobiles every weekday crossing the city's 4 East River bridges, down forty-two percent from the exact duration of last year.
Last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio launched a Transit Advisory Council to aid in revive city life and alleviate crowding, but even with the city's advice traffic is just getting heavier.
Quick forward to the 1st full week of May this year, and traffic rose to 340,621 cars, down from last year by only twenty percent.
GOV. CUOMO WARNED NEW YORK CITIZENS REGARDING POTENTIALLY COVID-19-LINKED LETHAL DISEASE
NYC Governor Andrew Cuomo declared on Fri that there are now seventy-three reported incidents of lethal disease in kids that may have corona virus connections.
A five year old kid passed away due to corona virus complications on Thurs in NYC, Governor stated, while West Chester County medical authorities confirmed on Fri that a kid being handled for a mystery disease and also have a link with corona virus. The officials are examining more incidents, Governor stated.
"We didn't realize that children would have something like this," Governor stated. "At least take this matter now seriously." Cuomo also announced 216 fatalities on Wednesday as hospital and emergency admission begin a long, steady fall.
NEW YORK SUBWAYS SHUTDOWN OVERNIGHT FOR DISINFECTING
Nyc's subway network went empty on Weds early time of the day as a result of a decision to close down the daily almost around-the-clock station sanitation operation.
The services, which had been operating on a shortened timetable since emergency order due to the corona virus, would now be halted at one in the morn. Around five a.m. Every single day.
Many stations do not even have a gate which implies that there is no way to secure them safely. So a thousand police at almost three hundred stations have guarded it at night so no citizens could enter inside.
MTA staff cleansing vehicles at the ninety-sixth Street Qstation, as they did midnight at all four hundred and seventy-two stations. They are even washing trains & sweeping the entire day.
MAYOR OF NEW YORK IS NOT HAPPY WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP, NOT MENTIONING THE NYC IN THE FEDERAL FINANCIAL FUND
Mayor of NYC sounds against President Trump and his reluctance not to include the New York state with a federal financial rescue.
"A disgruntled New Yorker apparently loving punching his own town in the leg," the mayor said to Trump.
He also contrasted President Trump with President Herbert Hoover after the crisis stating he should be "recalled as someone who has struggled in the most important task of providing for the people he represents." Hospital admissions and Intensive care unit admissions are also down, but the number of people tested for the corona virus positive has risen.
MORE THAN FIFTEEN CHILDREN ARE ADMITTED IN HOSPITAL WITH INFLAMMATORY DISEASE IN NYC
According to a safety warning released on Mon by the Nyc Health Department, fifteen children in NYC were admitted with indications associated with a multisystem inflammation condition likely related to corona virus.
According to the warning, the patients, aged Two to fifteen, were admitted to the hospital from April Seventeen through May one.
Many strongly screened for corona virus or had confirmed results on an antibody.
Any of the children had a high fever, and symptoms close to Kawasaki disease or toxic shock syndrome characteristics, the warning added.
Symptoms involve a 5 day or more elevated fever coupled with swelling, swollen throat glands, dry cracking lips, bruised fingertips or feet, & puffiness of both eyes.
At least 5 of the cases needed a ventilator, & many needed aid for blood pressure. No mortality has been recorded among patients in NYC so far.