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The revelation defies a pledge by city health officials in the early spring, when they said they would keep city-run testing sites open despite rollbacks at the federal level.
The number of official cases started creeping up again at the same time that the positivity rate was trending down. Was it due to at-home tests skewing trends or something else?
Other jurisdictions are reporting success with self-test reporting, but moving from pandemic to endemic could mean getting used to not knowing exactly where coronavirus infections are thriving.
The iconic oceanside neighborhoods experienced a fatality rate nearly three times the citywide average.
Official testing numbers have been cut nearly in half over two weeks. Last year, a similar drop took six months.
As of Sunday, the hospital had only 1 in 10 beds available, and its ICU was completely full.
Ridership is picking up as well.
The increasing COVID cases are causing both staff and student absences.
A new report says New York City’s restaurant, retail, and recreation sectors account for about 9% of the country’s total job losses during the pandemic.
Although the mayor said low-income Black and brown students were the most in need of in-person learning, a Gothamist analysis found schools with the most minorities had lower attendance on Monday and Tuesday than schools with whiter student bodies.