After the first 4-day week of rapid COVID-19 testing at the RIOC sponsored location at 524 Main Street, there’s little change overall in tests or results.
When Granny Annie’s took up the task of building a family restaurant in Riverwalk Commons, it was spring 2019. The usual challenges were enough to keep most of us awake at night, but then, 2020 arrived.
Swift COVID-19 Rapid Testing launched on Wednesday, January 20th, but by Thursday afternoon, the place was empty. You could, as the cliche goes, shoot a cannon through there without hitting anyone.
RIOC’s not the first nor will it be the last to shut down facilities upon discovering a contact with COVID-19. This weekend, it forced the closing of the pool in Sportspark. Here is a statement released today…
Greg David and Rosa Goldensohn, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Jan 14 at 8:53pm ESTby THE CITY Unemployment claims in New York City have soared in the month since Gov. Andrew Cuomo banned indoor dining due to a rise in COVID-19 cases — a sign of a deepening recession. The numbers came to
Jose Martinez, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Jan 12 at 5:09pm ESTby THE CITY As vaccination sites shifted into round-the-clock mode, New Yorkers found themselves in unexpected spots at odd hours. “It wasn’t my first choice to come in the middle of the night to The Bronx,” said Nina Livingston, a Nassau County
Reuven Blau and Claudia Irizarry Aponte, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Jan 11 at 10:23pm ESTby THE CITY More than 560,000 New Yorkers 75 and older became eligible Monday for COVID-19 vaccinations — but senior citizen advocates are concerned logistical hurdles could keep many from getting the shots. Some seniors are “terrified” —
By Steve Bittenbender | The Center Square/January 5th, 2021 (The Center Square) – As New York tries to expedite the COVID-19 inoculation process, Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged the next groups to receive the vaccine to administer them with their own networks or staff. That would mean organizations like the New York City Police Department could use
Rachel Holliday Smith and Claudia Irizarry Aponte, THE CITY This article was originally publishedon Jan 4 at 8:59pm ESTby THE CITY When the Astoria Mutual Aid Network began in March, volunteers focused on making sure homebound or down-on-their-luck neighbors had groceries. Getting food to people still represents the bulk of the group’s duties, said Maryam