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    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- New York City took another big step forward Monday, with day cares opening their doors and allow more parents to get back to work.But that step forward comes with big changes, as child care centers that chose to reopen have a number of new safety measures in place to protect both kids and the people who work there.At the World of Wonders Childcare Center on New Utrecht Avenue in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, they were expecting about...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- New York City takes another big step forward Monday, as day care centers get the green light to reopen.But the step forward does not come without some big changes.Day care centers that do choose to reopen will have a number of new safety measures in place to protect both kids and the people who work there.At the World of Wonders Childcare Center on New Utrecht Avenue in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn they were expecting about 40 children...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- New York City takes another big step forward Monday, as day care centers get the green light to reopen.But the step forward does not come without some big changes.Day care centers that do choose to reopen will have a number of new safety measures in place to protect both kids and the people who work there.At the World of Wonders Childcare Center on New Utrecht Avenue in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn they were expecting about 40 children...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Child care centers across New York City will be allowed to reopen their doors Monday, for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced them to shut down. RELATED STORY: Experts Say Parents Should Be Mindful Of Stresses Kids May Face Getting Back To Normal After Months Of Social Distancing CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Ask Dr. Max Your Health Questions How Make Your...
    Five council members are pushing the city to give vouchers to families “kicked in the shin” by NYC’s school reopening plans so they can send their kids somewhere else. The members wrote to Mayor de Blasio and schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, calling the city’s fall blueprint for mixed online and in-person learning — with kids attending one-, two- or three days a week at different times — “unacceptable” to all working parents. The letter, obtained by The Post, tells...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Day care centers across New York City are finally preparing to open their doors Monday as the city continues to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, and parents and children are gearing up for yet another return to normalcy.But even with all the added precautions being taken and guidance from the citys Board of Health, many are still concerned for the safety of employees and families alike.The plan, which allows 3,000 childcare centers across the five...
    VIDEO6:4006:40New York Citys schools chief Richard Carranza on partially opening in fallClosing Bell The chancellor of New York Citys public schools on Thursday defended the districts plans to partially reopen this fall due to the coronavirus, telling CNBC that there are no perfect choices here.  The perfect choice would be we have a vaccine and were back to business, but we know thats not the case, Richard Carranza said on Closing Bell. What were trying to do is pick the least onerous...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Child care centers in New York City will be allowed to reopen next week. The Department of Health voted in favor of the resolution Tuesday and centers are getting ready to have socially distanced day cares, CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported. Gigi Izpin has loved having her 2-year-old daughter home with her these last few months, but it has made finding a job even harder. So, she’s ready for child care centers to reopen. “I have to...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- New York Citys Board of Health approved a plan to reopen childcare centers starting next Monday.The plan allows 3,000 childcare centers across the five boroughs to resume on July 13.Its been really, really tough for parents, so bringing back childcare is crucial, de Blasio said during his press conference.The mayor said the Board of Health has been looking at the facts and data on how to reopen child care centers both properly and safely.Strict state...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York Citys Department of Health would vote on whether or not to allow childcare centers to reopen next week.If the vote goes through, it will allow 3,000 childcare centers across the five boroughs to resume on July 13. A decision is expected to me made on Tuesday.Its been really, really tough for parents, so bringing back child care is crucial. de Blasio said during his press conference.The mayor...
    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that he plans to reopen 3,000 child care centers in the city as early as next week. During a press briefing on Tuesday, de Blasio said that the city’s Board of Health would reconsider plans to open up child care centers, saying that their closures have been “really, really tough for parents.” DE BLASIO BLAMES CORONAVIRUS FOR NYC SPIKE IN VIOLENCE  “I’m hopeful that the Board of Health will be able...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As COVID cases surge across the country, there are concerns in the tri-state about reopening plans. The leaders of Connecticut, New Jersey and New York are all putting the brakes on parts of their reopening strategy.New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the rate at which COVID-19 spreads from one person to another is increasing in the Garden State, exceeding 1.0 for the first time in 10 weeks.That number means each new coronavirus case is leading to...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The MTA is expecting more riders Monday and theyll be monitoring trains as they try to maintain social distance for riders. Some 50,000 people are expected to return to the city during Phase 3 of reopening.New Jersey Transit is returning to its full weekday service on its rail lines.Theyre giving passengers more room as they work to abide by the 50% occupancy rules.New Jersey Transit is continuing to disinfect every car once every 24 hours...
    The city and state severely shortchanged a federally mandated program designed to protect nursing home residents, leading to the disproportionate death toll of elderly New Yorkers from the coronavirus, a new report by City Comptroller Scott Stringer charges. The investigation found that New York City has just one full-time ombudsman for every 8,650 long-term-care residents when national guidelines dictate one watchdog for every 2,000 people. There are only six watchdogs assigned to visit the city’s 50,000 residents across 244 facilities....
    The city and state severely shortchanged a federally-mandated program designed to protect nursing home residents, leading to the disproportionate death toll of elderly New Yorkers from the coronavirus, according to an alarming new report by City Comptroller Scott Stringer. The investigation found that New York City has just one full-time ombudsman for every 8,650 long-term care residents when national guidelines dictate one watchdog for every 2,000 people. There are only six watchdogs assigned to visit the city’s 50,000 residents across 244 facilities....
    At least 17 people were shot in New York City on Monday — a tally that would be considered high for a weekend day, but is “astronomical” for early in the week, law enforcement sources said. No borough was spared from the gunplay, but Brooklyn saw the most violence with 10 shooting incidents and a total of 12 victims, sources said. “Those numbers would be high for a Friday or Saturday, but for a Monday they are astronomical,” said...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- From the time that Joshua Obra was a child, he was surrounded by Disney stories and their heroes. As an adult he became a real-life hero, working as a registered nurse.Josh, so selfless, you know, wanting to save others and care for others before himself, said his sister Jasmine days after Joshua died from COVID-19.Joshua was called a miracle baby. Born premature, he clung to life. At age 7, he begged his parents for a sister...
    At the very least 17 folks had been shot in New York Metropolis on Monday — a tally that might be thought of excessive for a weekend day, however is “astronomical” for early within the week, regulation enforcement sources stated. No borough was spared from the gunplay, however Brooklyn noticed essentially the most violence with 10 taking pictures incidents and a complete of 12 victims, sources stated. Seven of these shot in Brooklyn, together with a 20-year-old man who...
    At least 17 people were shot in New York City on Monday — a tally that would be considered high for a weekend day, but is “astronomical” for early in the week, law enforcement sources said. No borough was spared from the gunplay, but Brooklyn saw the most violence with 10 shooting incidents and a total of 12 victims, sources said. Seven of those shot in Brooklyn, including a 20-year-old man who was fatally blasted, were hit in five separate...
    (CNN)The coronavirus outbreak is now burning primarily through states with the highest share of uninsured residents, complicating the local response and amplifying the political debate over the future of the Affordable Care Act. Caseloads are exploding in many of the 13 remaining states where Republican governors, legislators or both have refused to expand eligibility for Medicaid under the law, a list that includes Texas, Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi. In all of those states, the...
    More than two dozen shootings across New York City over the weekend left a one-year-old dead and at least 34 others injured, some potentially fatally, dwarfing the number of people killed there by the coronavirus during the same period. It appears that over the weekend, particularly that fateful Saturday that left the one-year-old dead, NYC residents had a higher chance of getting shot than dying from coronavirus. While NYC has largely tamed the lethal and highly contagious coronavirus, another epidemic...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Coronavirus infections are rapidly increasing across the country, breaking records and putting a stop to business plans. California is rolling back its reopening efforts. Venues, including restaurants, movie theaters and zoos, must shut down indoor operations. Bars must close completely. In Florida, there were more than 12,000 new cases reported Monday and a record 15,000 on Sunday. In New Jersey, where cases are on the decline, NJ TRANSIT and private carrier service can return to full...
    JACKSONVILLE, Florida -- A woman in Florida got a new job as a dishwasher at a long-term care facility just so she can see her husband during the COVID-19 pandemic.Mary and Steve Daniel have been married for 24 years.Steve is fighting Alzheimers disease and lives in a memory care facility full-time.Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the facility is not accepting visitors, so the couple had not seen each other in more than three months.Mary was willing to do whatever it...
    JACKSONVILLE, Florida -- A woman in Florida got a new job as a dishwasher at a long-term care facility just so she can see her husband during the COVID-19 pandemic.Mary and Steve Daniel have been married for 24 years.Steve is fighting Alzheimers disease and lives in a memory care facility full-time.Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the facility is not accepting visitors, so the couple had not seen each other in more than three months.Mary was willing to do whatever it...
    JACKSONVILLE, Florida -- A woman in Florida got a new job as a dishwasher at a long-term care facility just so she can see her husband during the COVID-19 pandemic.Mary and Steve Daniel have been married for 24 years.Steve is fighting Alzheimers disease and lives in a memory care facility full-time.Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the facility is not accepting visitors, so the couple had not seen each other in more than three months.Mary was willing to do whatever it...