'There's obviously a huge interest in the beaches and the state of New York has said that different localities can make different choices and some are deciding in the metropolitan area to open beaches for Memorial Day - the traditional start of the beach season. … [Read more...] about New York state daily deaths drop to 106, the lowest since March 26, as two more regions prepare to reopen – but NYC and Long Island remain closed
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'The right to protest and exercise free speech is the foundation of all our other liberties, and during a crisis is exactly when we need to be most vigilant about protecting it,' Legal Director and lead attorney on the case, Christopher Dunn, said in a statement on Friday after Cuomo expanded his order to include all gatherings of up to 10 people that practiced social gathering. … [Read more...] about Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York’s professional sports teams can start training again because residents are ready for a ‘return to normalcy’
The new graphs come on the heels of projections from the PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia that show several several are at risk of a second wave of coronavirus infections within the next months. … [Read more...] about Worrying new graphs show how coronavirus is STILL surging in many US states with infections spiking up to 900% in parts of Texas and Florida since April
'I'm going to be 35 in the summer and maybe it is time to get out. I came here to do two years and I wanted to help get New York on the rugby map, maybe win a championship with them and go out on a high, but obviously that can't happen now. … [Read more...] about Una Healy puts on a leggy display in tiny denim hot pants and cowboy boots… after ex Ben Foden’s new wife gives birth to daughter Farrah
Bosses of shopping centres said they were better placed to ensure social distancing than narrow high streets; Car dealerships - which will open on June 1 reported a 'considerable' rise in online sales during the lockdown; Aldi supermarket bosses are putting traffic lights at store entrances as a new way of limiting shopper numbers; Stores continued to provide hints of mass clearance sales to deal with warehouses full of unsold stock; Retail experts said consumers were still concerned about travelling to big shopping centres post-lockdown; Ministers were accused of rushing out the shops strategy to deflect from criticism over Dominic Cummings's apparent breach of lockdown rules; Two thirds of Germans do not expect the economy to recover in the next 12 months, suggesting Europeans are holding on to their money rather than going out and spending it. Retail analyst Catherine Shuttleworth, from the Savvy marketing agency, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme this … [Read more...] about The no frills new world of British retail: Shoppers face one-way walking system, tills behind screens, changing rooms closed and no seating when stores reopen – but will customers be too scared to return even with huge clearance sales?