More than 20 schools previously located in Brooklyn red zones and now in state-designated COVID-19 yellow zones will be allowed to reopen on Thursday, officials announced on Monday.
Schools located in recently established red or orange COVID cluster zones in Brooklyn might have to wait until the end of the week before they can reopen, Mayor de Blasio said Monday.
Mayor de Blasio, who put forward the plan, aimed to begin the closures on Wednesday, but Cuomo announced the earlier start date at a press conference earlier today.
The outpost of the popular store had been open only a few days when it was forced to close by the coronavirus in early March.
City officials announced today that in-person classes will be pushed back until Monday, September 21.
Amid this year’s massive budget shortfalls, Mayor de Blasio’s office is asking the city’s community boards to voluntarily lay off some of their paid staff to help lighten the load.
The Play-PerView performances and other events raise funds for the Actors Fund, Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS, nonprofit theater companies, and many more.
Play Streets in Brownsville and Bushwick launch today, while three streets near Prospect Park that were closed will reopen to traffic.
After a two-week trial period, City Hall’s open streets dining initiative is expanding to more Brooklyn thoroughfares, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.
The city lost 20 percent of its jobs in three months, with low-wage workers hardest hit.