24 total cases of Covid-19 in Haiti to date 24 total cases of coronavirus have been identified in Haiti according…
If you make it easy for people, they will get vaccinated. This is perhaps obvious but the main reason people were not registering was not from a lack of will or belief in the vaccine’s efficacy. It’s because they didn’t know how to navigate the many sites, or don’t have jobs that allow them to be on the internet all day, or they heard on the news that things are a mess and figured they should wait.
You can check your eligibility and schedule an appointment (they’re required at the moment) to receive the vaccine with New York’s “Am I Eligible” app.
Let’s make the holidays about small business. Nearly one-third of small businesses in New York haven’t reopened their doors since March. Those that remain open have taken huge financial hits and are fighting for survival. This season, help support the businesses that shape our communities by buying a portion of your gifts locally.
Sidiki Conde is among 54 immigrant artists, including Haitian-Americans, featured in the Center for Traditional Music and Dance’s Beat of the Boroughs initiative, just launched this week. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through March, artists from around the world will be leading performances, workshops, lectures and more on the center’s YouTube and Facebook pages.
Election week has been … never ending. And you’ve probably had enough political talk to last a lifetime. So this…
Parents across New York City are wondering: Should we start sending our little ones to school for hybrid instruction or keep them learning online from home? Mayor Bill de Blasio and schools Chancellor Richard Carranza have set a limited window for opting into blended learning. You have between November 2 and November 15 to decide.
Being busy is a way of life here, and people are willing to pay a premium for convenience. The consequence? Single-use plastic and foam containers — which take between 500 and 1,000 years to decompose — are piling up in landfills.
The Halloween Pumpkin Hunt 2020 website launched just a few days ago. More than 50 households in several Brooklyn neighborhoods, Queens, Philadelphia and Westport, Connecticut, have signed up. The beauty of the hunt is that it can quite literally be done anywhere.
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