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Mercedes Formula 1 engineers help develop coronavirus breathing aid A breathing aid that bridges the gap between an oxygen mask and a full ventilator has been developed by engineers at the University College London and Mercedes Formula 1 for coronavirus patients, a…

Inside One Brooklyn Hospital's Scramble To Prepare For Surge In Coronavirus Patients That's a lot longer than our normal hospital stay," Doctor Marshall said, adding that the longer stays are another reason why hospital capacity is maxing out all over the region. And of course, ventilators are scarce. Doctor Marshall and other hospital officials refused to provide specifics.

New York Passes 1,000 Deaths from Coronavirus: Live Updates The state hit a grim milestone as confirmed virus cases approached 60,000.

New York hospitals set up refrigerated trailers to be used as makeshift morgues New York City hospitals set up makeshift morgues outside of their facilities to handle the overflow of victims as the coronavirus pandemic hits the Big Apple hard. Refrigerated trucks were seen parked outside several of the largest medical centers throughout the five boroughs over the weekend.

Astrophysicist hospitalized while trying to invent coronavirus device Daniel Reardon, 27, an astrophysicist, tried to invent an alarm that prevents people from touching their faces during the coronavirus pa…

Trader Joe's on Spring is back open with senior hours Closed on March 25 for cleaning after employees tested positive for COVID-19, the market is now open again with senior hours in the morning.

Coronavirus in N.Y.C. The Latest "Thousands of people will pass away," the governor warned as the number of deaths statewide verged on 1,000.

GovBall 2020 is Canceled Festival fans take note: this year's Governors Ball Music Festival is officially canceled. With the current state of things, it's not all that shocking, but still stings. After all, this was to be the tenth iteration of the festival, and they pulled some pretty big names for the lineup.

Sauce Restaurant Donates More than 2,000 Pizzas to Hospitals Popular local Italian joint, Sauce Restaurant, is donating hundreds of pizza pies to hospitals around New York City. It all started when a nurse from an unidentified hospital called to order a pizza. She reportedly expressed that staff was working long shifts caring for COVID-19 intake, and not eating enough.

City Removes Basketball Hoops from East River Park to Deter Group Activity During Outbreak The city is trying to deter people who continue to congregate for group activity in local parks. Specifically, the basketball courts, which have seen a relative surge in players flouting the "social distancing" mandate during the COVID-19 shutdown.

Trump gets emotional about home town hospital in New York as trailers hold dead from coronavirus It must be supplies,'' the president says. 'It's not supplies. It's people.' 'I've never seen anything like it.' Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline? Your comment will be posted to MailOnline as usual. Do you want to automatically post your MailOnline comments to your Facebook Timeline?

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Nurses Die, Doctors Fall Sick and Panic Rises on Virus Front Lines The pandemic has begun to sweep through New York City’s medical ranks, and anxiety is growing among normally dispassionate medical professionals.

New York Was Not Designed for Emptiness The energy, the traffic, the crowds are all gone. Only the vacant streets remain, waiting for the actors to return to the stage.

Phoenix officer killed, two other cops injured in shooting during domestic violence call PHOENIX — A Phoenix police commander was killed and two other officers were injured Sunday night in a shooting on the city’s north side during a domestic violence call, police said. Cmdr. Gre…

Arkansas doctor, quarantined from family, sees home destroyed by tornado The home of an Arkansas doctor — who was quarantined from his family as he worked in a hospital during the coronavirus pandemic — was reportedly destroyed by a tornado. The twister hit…

Death toll in New York state passes 1,000: Live updates US President Donald Trump has extended federal guidelines on social distancing until April 30 after a top health official warned more than 100,000 people could die from the coronavirus in the United States. The announcement on Sunday evening came as the death toll in hard-hit New York state passed 1,000.

Read: $500 Fine For Social Distance Violation Harlem Bespoke: A lot of people have not been listening as far a social distancing is concerned and that will now be also a costly mistake.

Coronavirus Live Updates: 200,000 Americans Could Die, Warn Top Health Officials President Trump extended social distancing guidelines to April 30 as cases in the U.S. topped 140,000. The doctors advising him said without any restrictions on movement that more than 1 million Americans could die.

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Instacart grocery delivery workers seek strike as jobs become riskier NEW YORK — A possible strike by Instacart workers highlights the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the grocery delivery business, where workers are worried about their safety as they try…

My Plague Year - 3.29.20 Last night I watched Tokyo Drifter. It's a classic Japanese gangster film of the 1960's, part send-up of Bond and Western tropes, part time-capsule of swingin' Tokyo pop culture circa 1965. It is a decidedly weird movie and I can't say there's too much plot.

Rethinking My Gravatar For many years, people have known me as this girl:. The photo, filtered on VSCO, was taken by a friendly acquaintance from an entertainment system installation company. It was taken during the summer at my second-to-last job, when I was a receptionist / admin for the holding group of several luxury audio equipment companies.

Rhode Island ends specific restrictions on New Yorkers - by making them national Gina Raimondo is no longer singling out motorists from New York for restricted access to her state. Instead, she has broadened the restrictions to include all other states. Raimondo announced on Friday that her state's police would pull over drivers with New York license plates and force them to self-quarantine for 14 days.

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