Coronavirus related deaths in New York have reached 965 and the state expects the number of fatalities to ultimately climb into the thousands before the pandemic abates. The governor has announced that all NYS On Pause measures will be extended for the next two weeks and directed the state nonessential workforce to continue to work from home through April 15. He also announced that a new, less intrusive test has been developed by New York’s Wadsworth Lab; the launch of a new mobile testing site in the Bronx; free home delivery of pharmaceuticals; and free day care services.
New York is scouting additional new sites for temporary hospitals, with a goal of having a 1,000-plus patient overflow facility in each NYC borough as well as Westchester, Rockland, Nassau and Suffolk counties. But, said the governor, the Senate stimulus bill doesn't do enough to help the state respond to the spreading pandemic.
A number of good government groups have urged the state Legislature and governor to pass a “bare bones” state budget — one which focuses primarily on responding to the novel coronavirus crisis and mitigating its worst effects, while deferring major policy proposals.
I want to reach out to teenagers, specifically new believers, to understand the decision you make should follow Jesus and the basics of your new faith. It's easy to stray away from God, which can lead you into the wrong direction. That is why going into the right direction is always more hard and challenging because you have to deserve your spot. Don't take these lessons as a chore though, it's more of a life guidance, such as how to be successful.
The average bonus paid to employees in New York City’s securities industry increased by 3 percent in 2019 to $164,100, but it is likely to fall sharply in 2020 as the coronavirus crisis strains industry profitability, according to annual estimates released today by the state comptroller.
Ethics is definitely a must have for everyone's life. As I think about morality in my everyday life, I also question how I can apply ethics into my career dream; becoming a Child's Psychologist. There are many things when it comes down to what is right and wrong, therefore, we depend on our own beliefs and ethics to decide on what is the right thing for us or others to do. It can be about something as small or big, like what your morning routine consist of, or how to deal with problems at work.
Many Americans are worried today about the coronavirus. In fact, it has affected thousands of Americans either health wise or financially! Trump set a new date for ending the "social-distancing" restrictions by April 12th, Easter Day. He was also able to bill out the stimulus deal on sending out the coronavirus test kits to many hospitals in the United States, and giving away about $1,200 to people being unemployed during this epidemic. This was able to come through by the nations coming together and agreeing what is best for our people.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the governor has announced more actions to help New Yorkers and provide the additional healthcare capacity the state is expected to require in the coming weeks, including consolidating primary elections; extending the tax filing date by three months; increasing the number of hospital beds available; and making help available to small businesses.
The team tasked with eliminating $2.5 billion from the state’s persistently overextended Medicaid budget in the upcoming fiscal year voted on their final recommendations to the governor and state Legislature Thursday. But with the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic both imminent and uncertain, New York is projected to add at least another $4 billion to the existing $7.1 billion deficit — if not double it — while the crisis is rapidly depleting healthcare resources and poised to cripple the very hospitals and systems being targeted for spending reductions.