Researchers also warn 100,000 Americans will die by August 4, pictured. Previous White House predictions have put the figure between 100,000 and 240,000 deaths in the US if the nation continues on its trajectory and current social distancing guidelines are maintained … [Read more...] about Assistant Health Secretary says New York WILL see peak deaths and hospitalizations this week – but is ‘very optimistic’ about ‘quick’ blood tests for tens of millions to tell if they’ve had coronavirus by May 1st
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'Supply chain breaks are a very real issue. Much to the detriment of those of us in emergency management, we have moved to just-in-time supply chains,' Cagliuso said at the time, referring to hospitals' practice of limiting stockpiles of medical equipment to save money. 'So I had some very spirited discussions with my supply chain leadership. But nonetheless I also realize the business and the way that we are moving.' … [Read more...] about New York City’s pandemic plan in 2006 warned it could be short 9,500 ventilators but only 500 were bought – and they all ended up on the auction block when the city couldn’t afford to maintain them
I'm an on-again, off again New Yorker. I spent a good chunk of my childhood in Staten Island, came back to the city for a stretch in college and lived through the worst of New York's crack era when I was in my 20s, eventually leaving for grad school. Over the years, I've come back again and again, on business trips, to see family, to hang out, to work. I can't quit New York. … [Read more...] about Mayor Bloomberg took a bit of New York’s soul
'Some of the best minds here at the White House are beginning to think about what recommendations will look like that we give to businesses, that we give to states, but it will all, I promise you, be informed on putting the health and well-being of the American people first,' Vice President Mike Pence said at the briefing. … [Read more...] about CDC issues new guidance saying essential workers who have been exposed to COVID-19 can RETURN to work if showing no symptoms in first step towards reopening the U.S.
Critics of the tax plan were less restrained before De Blasio's inauguration, judging from views assembled by Bloomberg News. Hedge fund manager EE "Buzzy" Geduld said it was the "most absurd thing I've ever heard", while investment banker Peter Solomon said that De Blasio was "barking up the wrong tree". Michael Bloomberg, De Blasio's billionaire predecesso r, who presided over the growing income gap during his 12 years as mayor, denounced the plan as "unfair" and said it would drive the rich out of the city. "Places like London are going to eat our lunch," he said. … [Read more...] about Mayor Bill De Blasio challenges New York’s millionaires with higher taxes