Posts Tagged ‘Covid-19’

Doubts Over The Vessel’s Safety Remain

Doubts Over The Vessel’s Safety Remain
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After four people committed suicide by jumping from the Vessel, the reopening of the tourist attraction is uncertain.


Controversy Continues Over Vaccine Mandate for Public School Workers

Controversy Continues Over Vaccine Mandate for Public School Workers
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New York City public school employees who refuse the vaccine remain on unpaid leave.


Midtown Street Vendors Fight to Survive Amid City’s Reopening

Midtown Street Vendors Fight to Survive Amid City’s Reopening
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When the Covid pandemic forced New York City to lock down last year, street vendors were designated as essential workers. Now, as the city reopens, vendors are facing increased challenges related to licenses and permits.


Midtown Bookstores Keep Their Doors Open Amid the Pandemic

Midtown Bookstores Keep Their Doors Open Amid the Pandemic
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The number of Midtown bookstores has been declining for years, but the pandemic has added another layer of stress to booksellers.