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  • As of Monday, over 1 in 100 New York residents, or 1 percent, have now tested positive for coronavirus.
  • Bernie Sanders has now formally endorsed Joe Biden for president: “We have got to make Trump a one-term president, and we need you in the White House,” Sanders said. “I will do all that I can to see that that happens.”
  • Some new relationships are getting fast-tracked because of people quarantining together.
  • The Times writes that access to private, controllable space "has emerged as a new class divide — more valuable than ever to those who have it and potentially fatal to those who do not."
  • Trash experts tell The City that the lighter trash loads in certain parts of the city could reflect residents departing those areas as coronavirus spreads.
  • A home care aid wrote a first person piece about losing her job during coronavirus and what domestic workers are facing right now.
  • Can you tell if someone is smiling or frowning under their face covering?
  • A lot of people will be hit hard by the economic fallout of coronavirus—but of course, some people can always find a way to profit.
  • Governor Andrew Cuomo made the cover of Rolling Stone.
  • Have you taken the plunge and gotten a virtual haircut yet?
  • Ticketmaster has quietly changed their refund policy to exclusively cover canceled events, instead of those that have been postponed or rescheduled. 
  • If you've been having weird, bad dreams lately, there are things you can do to improve them.
  • And finally, I didn't know tails could even do this: