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One of the most pivotal moments in subway map history happened in the basement of Cooper Union in April 1978, when acclaimed designer Massimo Vignelli debated the future of the map with cartographer John Tauranac.

The United States Department of Health and Human Services released a massive data set, which will be updated weekly, detailing current hospital capacity across the country.

As part of our month long Dear NYC series, we're looking at New York City gems hidden away at the New York Public Library.

We've mapped the unofficial, in-person votes (absentee ballots will be counted later).

The map shows high per capita coronavirus death rates in Starrett City, Far Rockaway, Flushing, the Northeast Bronx, and Coney Island.

Some neighborhoods, including Williamsburg, Boro Park, Bedford Stuyvesant, Astoria, Jamaica, and Washington Heights, saw increases of more than 1300% year-over-year.

According to Gothamist's analysis of city's coronavirus data, the more people who live with you seems to increase the chance you have of getting the virus.