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New York City’s coronavirus death toll passes 10,000 in revised count

New York City’s coronavirus death toll passes 10,000 in revised count

More than 10,000 people have died in New York City due to coronavirus, under a revised count that factors in “probable” cases that were previously excluded from the grim toll, the Health Department revealed Tuesday. The new count includes 6,589 deaths of people who had tested positive for COVID-19, along with 3,778 individuals whose death certificates listed the virus as their cause of death even though there was no known test for them — making a total of 10,367 deaths as of Monday. Advertisement The city reported another 8,184 deaths between March 11 and Monday that were not known to be...

April 14, 2020
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A spike in New Yorkers ingesting household cleaners following Trump’s controversial coronavirus comments

A spike in New Yorkers ingesting household cleaners following Trump’s controversial coronavirus comments

An unusually high number of New Yorkers contacted city health authorities over fears that they had ingested bleach or other household cleaners in the 18 hours that followed that injecting such products could cure coronavirus, the Daily News has learned. The Poison Control Center, a subagency of the city’s Health Department, managed a total of 30 cases of possible exposure to disinfectants between 9 p.m. Thursday and 3 p.m. Friday, a spokesman said. Advertisement None of the people who reached out died or required hospitalization, the spokesman said. But compared to last year, the number of...

April 25, 2020
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De Blasio: Full NYC reopening ‘obviously a few months away at minimum’ amid coronavirus

De Blasio: Full NYC reopening ‘obviously a few months away at minimum’ amid coronavirus

Mayor de Blasio said Friday a full New York City reopening is “obviously” months away even as the five boroughs see progress in the fight against coronavirus. Hizzoner was addressing a Brooklyn bar owner who asked what the city can do to help small businesses like hers survive pandemic restrictions and rebound when the crisis has subsided. Advertisement “I’ll have more to say on that soon, on other ways we can help small businesses to get through to the point where we can really start at reopening, which obviously is a few months away at minimum,” de Blasio told Leyenda owner Ivy Mix on...

May 1, 2020
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‘That’s abysmal’: NYC politicians outraged after NYPD reveals 81 percent of social distancing arrests have been minorities

‘That’s abysmal’: NYC politicians outraged after NYPD reveals 81 percent of social distancing arrests have been minorities

Coronavirus does not discriminate. Social distancing enforcement in New York City does. That’s the takeaway from newly-released NYPD numbers that show an alarming racial disparity in social distancing enforcement. And, despite Mayor de Blasio’s reassurances, elected leaders and community activists are saying City Hall should be ashamed. Advertisement According to the NYPD, there have been 374 social distancing-related summonses issued since COVID-19 restrictions were put in place six weeks ago. Of that number, 304 of the summonses, or 81%, have been issued to African-American or Hispanic...

May 8, 2020
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