The next mayor will face dual crises—recovering from the pandemic and confronting climate change.
A new study shows Queens as a top transmission hub for the virus last spring, most likely due to less health surveillance being available for the borough's essential workforce.
The shutdown is pretty much scrapped. But the pandemic still isn’t over.
This new guidance coincides with other restrictions lifting in New York state.
Since the pilot initiative launched last Wednesday, thousands have been vaccinated at the pop-ups.
Some environmentalists celebrated the closure due to the energy plant’s proximity to New York City, but it has sinister immediate implications for the state’s climate goals.
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