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Friendly Reminder: You’ve Still Gotta Wear A Mask

As the weather gets warmer and the city inches closer to a full reopening, it’s easy to forget that we’re still in the grips of a pandemic. The...

What To Do If Your Employer Isn’t Following Post-COVID Safety Guidelines

An estimated 400,000 New Yorkers are expected to return to their jobs during the first-phase reopening of non-essential businesses. Although shops,...

With The Absentee-Ballot Deadline Extended, There’s Still Time To Cast Your Vote Safely

If you haven’t had a chance, there is still time to cast your vote via absentee ballot for the June 23, 2020 primary election. This week, because...

In Pictures: Black Lives Matter Marches Continue In Lower Manhattan

Following the June 2 assembly in Foley Square, protests continued in Lower Manhattan over the weekend and on Monday afternoon.The assemblies were...

‘Do Not Drink Bleach’ Also Means ‘Do Not Gargle With Bleach’

In April, we put out a PSA reminding everyone that drinking bleach does not, I repeat, does not cure COVID-19. That PSA still stands now, in June; it...

What Commuters Can Expect During New York City’s First-Phase Reopening

New York City is finally beginning to reopen for business, which means more commuters will be using public transit — about 200,000 per day,...

How To Get A Break From Debt Collectors If You Lost Income Due To COVID-19

With many people suffering financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the last thing anybody needs is the added stress of being hounded by...

New York City’s Curfew Has Ended: What You Need To Know

Mayor de Blasio lifted New York City’s unprecedented 8p curfew a day early, announcing on Sunday morning that the move was effective immediately....

Here Are The First Phase’s Reopening Guidelines For Retail Businesses

The city has entered the first phase of its gradual reopening, which means that non-essential businesses can now legally operate in spite of the...

Where You Can Get Tested For COVID-19 In Lower Manhattan

As the city prepares for reopening, hospitals and urgent-care centers across the city are offering tests to determine if you have the coronavirus....