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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – “I don’t want to see a baseball game until everybody’s safe” NYC Mayor De Blasio

New York City Strong news - New York, NY: Office of the Mayor reports COVID-19 Media Briefing Transcript. Mayor Bill de Blasio: Good morning, everybody. This time we're living in, it's causing us to experience so many challenges, so many painful realities, things we never could have imagined. There is such…
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COVID-19 PANDEMIC DISASTER – Massachusetts Joins NJ, NY, CT, PA, DE, and RI’s Multi-State Council to Get People Back to Work and Restore the Economy

New Jersey Strong news – Trenton, NJ: NJ Joint Information Center reports Council Will Include One Health Expert, One Economic Development Expert and Respective Chiefs of Staff from Each Will Develop a Fully Integrated Regional Framework to Gradually Lift the States’ Stay at Home Orders While Minimizing the Risk of…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – CDC COVID-19 FOUND ON SHOES, TRAVELS IN AIR 13 FEET

Half of the samples from the soles of the ICU medical staff shoes tested positive. US STRONG – Atlanta, GA: Center for Disease Control reports –Disclaimer: Early release articles are not considered as final versions. Any changes will be reflected in the online version in the month the article is…
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NATION – COVID-19 PANDEMIC DISASTER – MEDICAL CENTER INNOVATION UMMC Builds $ 100 Ventilators From Hardware Store Parts

News Strong – Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Medical CenterKaren Bascom reports The COVID-19 pandemic has left hospitals in short supply of personal protective equipment and medical supplies. As patients develop severe respiratory symptoms, there is another concern: if hospitals will have enough ventilators to support them all. Dr. Charles…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – PROTECTIVE HOSPITAL GOWNS PRODUCED AT BROOKLYN NAVY YARD

Mayor Bill de Blasio visit the Brooklyn Navy Yard where local companies are manufacturing thousands of protective hospital gowns to supply the city’s health care workers on Monday, April 6, 2020. Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio dons a face mask while not at home

NEW YORK CITY STRONG news - New York, NY: Office of the Mayor reports Transcript: Mayor de Blasio Holds Media Availability on COVID-19 Mayor Bill de Blasio: Today is Sunday, April 5th. And this is a day that we have talked about now over the last week or more as…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – CDC NOW RECOMMENDS WEARING A FACEMASK TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 as ASYMPTOMATICS CAN SPREAD DISEASE

US STRONG news – Atlanta, GA: The Center for Disease Control reports Watch video – How to make your own facemask. CDC continues to study the spread and effects of the novel coronavirus across the United States.  We now know from recent studies that a significant portion of individuals with coronavirus lack…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – PATRIOTS KRAFT DELIVERS 300,000 MASKS TO NYC. FEDS COMMANDEER 35,000 MASKS BROUGHT FOR NEW JERSEY FIRST RESPONDERS and HOSPITAL FRONTLINERS

New York City Strong news - New York, NY: New York Daily News reports Does this mean we have to stop booing the New England Patriots? A much-needed shipment of 300,000 N95 masks arrived in New York City Friday morning, courtesy of Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Share More: CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC…
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CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC DISASTER – MAYOR CLOSES PLAYGROUNDS AS VIRUS SPREADS WITH CLOSE CONTACT and SURFACE TRANSMISSION

Media sitting closer than 6 feet apart without protective masks report on Mayor Bill de Blasio holding a media availability on COVID-19 and announcement that former Police Commissioner James O’Neill will be returning to the City to serve as COVID-19 Senior Advisor. City Hall. Wednesday, April 01, 2020. Credit: Ed…
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