While non-essential businesses like dine-in restaurants and bars will be closed, essential services like post offices and banks will remain open.
President Donald Trump urged the re-opening of America during Saturday’s Coronavirus Task Force briefing. “We want to finish this war,” Trump said. “We have to get back to work,” he continued. “We have to get — we have to open our country again.” “We have to open our country again,” he said. “We don’t want [
Doctors who’ve gone to medical school for nearly four years and nurses who are within two months of graduation are needed during the coronavirus crisis.
Following on the heels of The Masters, organizers of the British Open announced Monday the tournament, one of golf’s four major tourneys, would also be cancelled in 2020 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Both men's and women's schedules are suspended until at least July 13 because of coronavirus concerns.
Cars will be banned from streets in four boroughs from Friday to Monday to give a bit more walking space to New Yorkers cooped up by the coronavirus crisis. The opened streets will be: · Manhattan: Park Ave. between E. 28th and E. 34th streets in Midtown. · Brooklyn: Bushwick Ave. from Johnson