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Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences of coronavirus in city nursing homes

Coronavirus has ripped through Boston’s nursing homes with “devastating” effects, Mayor Martin Walsh said  Monday as he vowed to keep a close eye on long-term [...] Read full article: Boston sees ‘devastating’ consequences o...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New Jersey Democrats remain silent on Gov. Phil Murphy's (D) decision to put coronavirus patients in nursing homes. Read full article: NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Co...→

Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for potential coronavirus vaccine

Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for potential coronavirus vaccine

Biotech company Moderna announced on Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine produced antibodies in all 45 participants in a trial, a significant milestone in the fig [...] Read full article: Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for...→

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Boston-area rents, already beginning to soften slightly, likely will drop more as the coronavirus crisis wears on, experts say — especially as September approa [...] Read full article: Coronavirus college uncertainty could ca...→

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

House-hunters looking for that “bright lights, big city” energy aren’t flooded with options. That’s what makes Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street still fair [...] Read full article: Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomi...→

Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare centers

Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare centers

Colorado health officials this week identified the first croronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare facilities in the state.  Read full article: Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreak...→

Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to grant 500,000 undocumented migrants work permits

Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to grant 500,000 undocumented migrants work permits

"The food on our table comes from these fields. Now we must hand over those rights which have been denied to those who work in them," official says. Read full article: Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to gr...→

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- Nearly two dozen nursing home residents were taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, a Pinellas county official co [...] Read full article: 21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents ...→

Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unintended Consequences

Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unintended Consequences

Marketing “blacklists” that stop ads appearing next to stories on controversial or unpleasant topics are pushing some news organizations to the brink. Read full article: Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unin...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

New York Health Department sent over 1,600 damaged coronavirus tests to nursing homes

New York Health Department sent over 1,600 damaged coronavirus tests to nursing homes

The state Health Department ordered counties to ramp up coronavirus testing in nursing homes — and sent them over 1,600 damaged test kits. The kits distributed [...] Read full article: New York Health Department sent over 1,6...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing home deaths – these governors' disastrous policies to blame

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing home deaths – these governors' disastrous policies to blame

If they are honest, historians judging the American experience during the coronavirus pandemic will excoriate our barbaric failure to protect the elderly. Read full article: Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing hom...→

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

While only 1.6 percent of the U.S. population – 5.1 million people as of 2016 – lives in nursing homes and other residential care facilities, an estimated 40 p [...] Read full article: Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavi...→

Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths as coronavirus continues to spread

Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths as coronavirus continues to spread

A total of 86 homes have seen double-digit deaths tallies, up from 50 last week. There are now 27 facilities reporting at least 100 confirmed cases. Read full article: Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths...→

Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in Illinois from 35% to 48%

Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in Illinois from 35% to 48%

The Illinois Department of Public Health reported a coronavirus death toll of 192 on Wednesday, a one-day peak since the pandemic began. Read full article: Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in ...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston is tapping local restaurants to feed the city’s hungry during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands of residents jobless — a “win-win program [...] Read full article: Boston taps struggling local restaurants...→

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has set a May 17 target for nursing homes across the state to start reporting the number of novel coronavirus cases and d [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

Connecticut opens specialized coronavirus-only nursing homes

Connecticut opens specialized coronavirus-only nursing homes

Connecticut is opening specialized nursing homes that admit only coronavirus patients, in an effort to help contain the outbreak and give infected patients spe [...] Read full article: Connecticut opens specialized coronaviru...→

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden has a look inside the state’s all-COVID-19 facility for nursing home residents getting out of the hospital. Read full article: Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only fa...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New York’s Nursing Home Mandate Have On COVID-19 Deaths?

Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New York’s Nursing Home Mandate Have On COVID-19 Deaths?

New York has 40% more nursing home patients than Florida, but 700% more nursing home covid deaths. Was a state mandate to blame? Read full article: Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New Yo...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Read the full report from Carly Behm here.... She joined more than 5,000 UIC students — and tens of thousands more at other Illinois schools — left with no cho [...] Read full article: Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ ...→

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

Data released Friday shows more than 3,000 nursing home residents in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Resid...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

Former NY Times reporter bashes governors over coronavirus toll in nursing homes: 'A lot to answer for'

Former NY Times reporter bashes governors over coronavirus toll in nursing homes: 'A lot to answer for'

Former New York Times reporter and Fox Nation host Alex Berenson told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Pennsylvania Gov. Thom [...] Read full article: Former NY Times reporter bashes governor...→

Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, calls toll of coronavirus ‘tremendous tragedy’

Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, calls toll of coronavirus ‘tremendous tragedy’

The coronavirus has proven to be a “tremendous tragedy” for long-term care facilities, Gov. Charlie Baker said, defending the industry when asked about campaig [...] Read full article: Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, cal...→

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples with Unintended Consequences of Fighting the Virus

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples with Unintended Consequences of Fighting the Virus

The United Nations is warning of new risks to children and a subsequent plague of mental illness. And governments are noting the unintended consequences of loc [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples...→

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston’s small-business grants landed most in Dorchester, East Boston and the Back Bay, with nearly half going to women-owned businesses and immigrants. Read full article: Boston coronavirus small-business grants...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — Cuomo's nursing home policy reversal too little, too late

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — Cuomo's nursing home policy reversal too little, too late

The move comes amid growing calls for an independent investigation of the nursing home catastrophe, where the death count dwarfs the total deaths in every othe [...] Read full article: Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — C...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New York’s Nursing Home Mandate Have On COVID-19 Deaths?

Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New York’s Nursing Home Mandate Have On COVID-19 Deaths?

New York has 40% more nursing home patients than Florida, but 700% more nursing home covid deaths. Was a state mandate to blame? Read full article: Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New Yo...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New Jersey Democrats remain silent on Gov. Phil Murphy's (D) decision to put coronavirus patients in nursing homes. Read full article: NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Co...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing home deaths – these governors' disastrous policies to blame

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing home deaths – these governors' disastrous policies to blame

If they are honest, historians judging the American experience during the coronavirus pandemic will excoriate our barbaric failure to protect the elderly. Read full article: Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing hom...→

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Boston-area rents, already beginning to soften slightly, likely will drop more as the coronavirus crisis wears on, experts say — especially as September approa [...] Read full article: Coronavirus college uncertainty could ca...→

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

Data released Friday shows more than 3,000 nursing home residents in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Resid...→

Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths as coronavirus continues to spread

Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths as coronavirus continues to spread

A total of 86 homes have seen double-digit deaths tallies, up from 50 last week. There are now 27 facilities reporting at least 100 confirmed cases. Read full article: Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths...→

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

House-hunters looking for that “bright lights, big city” energy aren’t flooded with options. That’s what makes Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street still fair [...] Read full article: Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomi...→

Former NY Times reporter bashes governors over coronavirus toll in nursing homes: 'A lot to answer for'

Former NY Times reporter bashes governors over coronavirus toll in nursing homes: 'A lot to answer for'

Former New York Times reporter and Fox Nation host Alex Berenson told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Pennsylvania Gov. Thom [...] Read full article: Former NY Times reporter bashes governor...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to grant 500,000 undocumented migrants work permits

Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to grant 500,000 undocumented migrants work permits

"The food on our table comes from these fields. Now we must hand over those rights which have been denied to those who work in them," official says. Read full article: Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to gr...→

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples with Unintended Consequences of Fighting the Virus

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples with Unintended Consequences of Fighting the Virus

The United Nations is warning of new risks to children and a subsequent plague of mental illness. And governments are noting the unintended consequences of loc [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Connecticut opens specialized coronavirus-only nursing homes

Connecticut opens specialized coronavirus-only nursing homes

Connecticut is opening specialized nursing homes that admit only coronavirus patients, in an effort to help contain the outbreak and give infected patients spe [...] Read full article: Connecticut opens specialized coronaviru...→

New York Health Department sent over 1,600 damaged coronavirus tests to nursing homes

New York Health Department sent over 1,600 damaged coronavirus tests to nursing homes

The state Health Department ordered counties to ramp up coronavirus testing in nursing homes — and sent them over 1,600 damaged test kits. The kits distributed [...] Read full article: New York Health Department sent over 1,6...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for potential coronavirus vaccine

Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for potential coronavirus vaccine

Biotech company Moderna announced on Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine produced antibodies in all 45 participants in a trial, a significant milestone in the fig [...] Read full article: Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for...→

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Read the full report from Carly Behm here.... She joined more than 5,000 UIC students — and tens of thousands more at other Illinois schools — left with no cho [...] Read full article: Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ ...→

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

While only 1.6 percent of the U.S. population – 5.1 million people as of 2016 – lives in nursing homes and other residential care facilities, an estimated 40 p [...] Read full article: Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavi...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in Illinois from 35% to 48%

Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in Illinois from 35% to 48%

The Illinois Department of Public Health reported a coronavirus death toll of 192 on Wednesday, a one-day peak since the pandemic began. Read full article: Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in ...→

Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare centers

Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare centers

Colorado health officials this week identified the first croronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare facilities in the state.  Read full article: Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreak...→

Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, calls toll of coronavirus ‘tremendous tragedy’

Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, calls toll of coronavirus ‘tremendous tragedy’

The coronavirus has proven to be a “tremendous tragedy” for long-term care facilities, Gov. Charlie Baker said, defending the industry when asked about campaig [...] Read full article: Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, cal...→

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston is tapping local restaurants to feed the city’s hungry during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands of residents jobless — a “win-win program [...] Read full article: Boston taps struggling local restaurants...→

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- Nearly two dozen nursing home residents were taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, a Pinellas county official co [...] Read full article: 21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents ...→

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has set a May 17 target for nursing homes across the state to start reporting the number of novel coronavirus cases and d [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to...→

Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unintended Consequences

Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unintended Consequences

Marketing “blacklists” that stop ads appearing next to stories on controversial or unpleasant topics are pushing some news organizations to the brink. Read full article: Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unin...→

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston’s small-business grants landed most in Dorchester, East Boston and the Back Bay, with nearly half going to women-owned businesses and immigrants. Read full article: Boston coronavirus small-business grants...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — Cuomo's nursing home policy reversal too little, too late

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — Cuomo's nursing home policy reversal too little, too late

The move comes amid growing calls for an independent investigation of the nursing home catastrophe, where the death count dwarfs the total deaths in every othe [...] Read full article: Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — C...→

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden has a look inside the state’s all-COVID-19 facility for nursing home residents getting out of the hospital. Read full article: Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only fa...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing State’s Coronavirus Restrictions

A popular Southern California mountain resort city headed into the Memorial Day weekend with a decision to not enforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s orders aimed at slow [...] Read full article: City of Big Bear Lake to Stop Enforcing ...→

Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New York’s Nursing Home Mandate Have On COVID-19 Deaths?

Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New York’s Nursing Home Mandate Have On COVID-19 Deaths?

New York has 40% more nursing home patients than Florida, but 700% more nursing home covid deaths. Was a state mandate to blame? Read full article: Coronavirus Toll: What Impact Did New Yo...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New Jersey Democrats remain silent on Gov. Phil Murphy's (D) decision to put coronavirus patients in nursing homes. Read full article: NJ Dems Silent on Phil Murphy Putting Co...→

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Falling Short Of City Goals

With Chicagoans clamoring for the exits of their government-imposed exiles, one key metric set by the city appears to still present a considerable challenge: t [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Testing in Chicago Still Fal...→

Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for potential coronavirus vaccine

Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for potential coronavirus vaccine

Biotech company Moderna announced on Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine produced antibodies in all 45 participants in a trial, a significant milestone in the fig [...] Read full article: Moderna sees 'positive' Phase I data for...→

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing home deaths – these governors' disastrous policies to blame

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing home deaths – these governors' disastrous policies to blame

If they are honest, historians judging the American experience during the coronavirus pandemic will excoriate our barbaric failure to protect the elderly. Read full article: Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus nursing hom...→

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ in coronavirus cases, officials say (LIVE UPDATES)

Read the full report from Carly Behm here.... She joined more than 5,000 UIC students — and tens of thousands more at other Illinois schools — left with no cho [...] Read full article: Cook County Jail sees ‘steady decrease’ ...→

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Coronavirus college uncertainty could cause drops in Boston rents: experts

Boston-area rents, already beginning to soften slightly, likely will drop more as the coronavirus crisis wears on, experts say — especially as September approa [...] Read full article: Coronavirus college uncertainty could ca...→

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavirus, we must do more to protect nursing home residents

While only 1.6 percent of the U.S. population – 5.1 million people as of 2016 – lives in nursing homes and other residential care facilities, an estimated 40 p [...] Read full article: Dr. Nicole Saphier: In battling coronavi...→

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Residents Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, State Data Shows

Data released Friday shows more than 3,000 nursing home residents in Texas have tested positive for the coronavirus. Read full article: More Than 3,000 Texas Nursing Home Resid...→

Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths as coronavirus continues to spread

Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths as coronavirus continues to spread

A total of 86 homes have seen double-digit deaths tallies, up from 50 last week. There are now 27 facilities reporting at least 100 confirmed cases. Read full article: Illinois nears 2,000 nursing home deaths...→

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan to Put Coronavirus Patients in Nursing Homes

New York Democrats remain silent on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's original decision to put coronavirus patients in New York nursing homes. Read full article: NY Dems Silent on Cuomo's Original Plan ...→

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomizes city living

House-hunters looking for that “bright lights, big city” energy aren’t flooded with options. That’s what makes Millennium Tower at 1 Franklin Street still fair [...] Read full article: Stylish condo in heart of Boston epitomi...→

Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in Illinois from 35% to 48%

Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in Illinois from 35% to 48%

The Illinois Department of Public Health reported a coronavirus death toll of 192 on Wednesday, a one-day peak since the pandemic began. Read full article: Nursing Home Coronavirus Deaths Jump in ...→

Former NY Times reporter bashes governors over coronavirus toll in nursing homes: 'A lot to answer for'

Former NY Times reporter bashes governors over coronavirus toll in nursing homes: 'A lot to answer for'

Former New York Times reporter and Fox Nation host Alex Berenson told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Thursday that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Pennsylvania Gov. Thom [...] Read full article: Former NY Times reporter bashes governor...→

Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare centers

Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare centers

Colorado health officials this week identified the first croronavirus outbreaks connected to childcare facilities in the state.  Read full article: Colorado sees first coronavirus outbreak...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, calls toll of coronavirus ‘tremendous tragedy’

Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, calls toll of coronavirus ‘tremendous tragedy’

The coronavirus has proven to be a “tremendous tragedy” for long-term care facilities, Gov. Charlie Baker said, defending the industry when asked about campaig [...] Read full article: Charlie Baker defends nursing homes, cal...→

Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to grant 500,000 undocumented migrants work permits

Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to grant 500,000 undocumented migrants work permits

"The food on our table comes from these fields. Now we must hand over those rights which have been denied to those who work in them," official says. Read full article: Coronavirus crisis sees Italy plan to gr...→

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston taps struggling local restaurants to feed city’s hungry during coronavirus pandemic

Boston is tapping local restaurants to feed the city’s hungry during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands of residents jobless — a “win-win program [...] Read full article: Boston taps struggling local restaurants...→

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples with Unintended Consequences of Fighting the Virus

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples with Unintended Consequences of Fighting the Virus

The United Nations is warning of new risks to children and a subsequent plague of mental illness. And governments are noting the unintended consequences of loc [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Live Updates: World Grapples...→

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, official confirms

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. -- Nearly two dozen nursing home residents were taken to the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, a Pinellas county official co [...] Read full article: 21 Pinellas Park nursing home residents ...→

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to Start Reporting Coronavirus Deaths, Infections by May 17

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has set a May 17 target for nursing homes across the state to start reporting the number of novel coronavirus cases and d [...] Read full article: Pennsylvania to Require Nursing Homes to...→

Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unintended Consequences

Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unintended Consequences

Marketing “blacklists” that stop ads appearing next to stories on controversial or unpleasant topics are pushing some news organizations to the brink. Read full article: Blizzard of Coronavirus News Having Unin...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston coronavirus small-business grants by the numbers

Boston’s small-business grants landed most in Dorchester, East Boston and the Back Bay, with nearly half going to women-owned businesses and immigrants. Read full article: Boston coronavirus small-business grants...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

“Shulan should declare wartime control mode...," Chinese Communist Party Committee Secretary for Jilin Province, said Sunday. Read full article: Chinese City on North Korea Border Decla...→

Connecticut opens specialized coronavirus-only nursing homes

Connecticut opens specialized coronavirus-only nursing homes

Connecticut is opening specialized nursing homes that admit only coronavirus patients, in an effort to help contain the outbreak and give infected patients spe [...] Read full article: Connecticut opens specialized coronaviru...→

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — Cuomo's nursing home policy reversal too little, too late

Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — Cuomo's nursing home policy reversal too little, too late

The move comes amid growing calls for an independent investigation of the nursing home catastrophe, where the death count dwarfs the total deaths in every othe [...] Read full article: Michael Goodwin: Coronavirus tragedy — C...→

New York Health Department sent over 1,600 damaged coronavirus tests to nursing homes

New York Health Department sent over 1,600 damaged coronavirus tests to nursing homes

The state Health Department ordered counties to ramp up coronavirus testing in nursing homes — and sent them over 1,600 damaged test kits. The kits distributed [...] Read full article: New York Health Department sent over 1,6...→

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only facility for nursing home residents

NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden has a look inside the state’s all-COVID-19 facility for nursing home residents getting out of the hospital. Read full article: Inside Connecticut’s coronavirus-only fa...→

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council to postpone plastic bag fees

The fees were set to begin July 1 after the council approved them in December. But the council unanimously voted to push that start to July 1, 2021, as the cor [...] Read full article: Coronavirus prompts Denver City Council ...→

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘infested’ city

The World Health Organization (WHO) says there is a full-blown transmission of the virus in Yemen, with the disease spreading undetected among a population wit [...] Read full article: Coronavirus: Yemen declares Aden an ‘inf...→