1. De Blasio says some NYC coronavirus restrictions could end in May  New York Post
  2. New York City mayor warns that coronavirus restrictions may last until June: Time to 'double down'  CNBC
  3. De Blasio's tough talk fails to translate into tough budget decisions  Politico
  4. Hospitalizations for Virus Are Nearly Flat in N.Y., but 799 More Die: Live Updates  The New York Times
  5. Focus the Covid-19 Fight in Black Cities  The New York Times
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Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Thursday that some of the NYC's strict coronavirus restrictions could end next month, evidence that the measures are working to contain the deadly bug.The Big Apple is at least a month away from relaxing some of its tough stay-in-place restrictions that have slowed the spread of the deadly coronavirus — and will need dramatically expanded testing

De Blasio says some NYC coronavirus restrictions could end in May

Desperate Bronx residents shouted at NYC Mayor de Blasio calling for more tests and to send 'help in the hood' while he was thanking US Air Force members outside Lincoln Hospital on Wednesday.Desperate Bronx residents shouted at NYC Mayor de Blasio calling for more tests and to send 'help in the hood' while he was thanking US Air Force members outside Lincoln Hospital on Wednesday.

NYC Mayor gets HECKLED by people who can't get tests during trip to a Bronx hospital  | Daily Mail Online

On Thursday, coronavirus cases in New York reached 151, 598, which is more than Spain, which has reported just over 150,000 cases, and Italy with 139,422 cases. The United States as a whole has confirmed more than 435,000 cases.'It's visited upon us in a way that's the worst in our nation, one of the worst experiences in the world.'

New York becomes world's coronavirus capital with more cases than any country on earth | Metro News

“NOW: NYC is "2 or 3 days away on making a decision" whether kids will get back IN school this school year. Mayor De Blasio says they'll know soon if "there is a window to save any part of the school year." #coronavirus”

T.J. Holmes on Twitter: "NOW: NYC is "2 or 3 days away on making a decision" whether kids will get back IN school this school year. Mayor De Blasio says they'll know soon if "there is a window to save any part of the school year." #coronavirus"

““We’ve also learned a lot about statistics along the way” — @nycmayor @BilldeBlasio. #covid19 #coronavirus”

Azi™ on Twitter: "“We’ve also learned a lot about statistics along the way” — @nycmayor @BilldeBlasio. #covid19 #coronavirus"

“Mayor Bill de Blasio says data reveals ‘clear inequalities’ in NYC coronavirus deaths https://t.co/zIRygnqTJS via @nypmetro”

Donna Brazile on Twitter: "Mayor Bill de Blasio says data reveals ‘clear inequalities’ in NYC coronavirus deaths https://t.co/zIRygnqTJS via @nypmetro"

“New York's Cuomo and de Blasio initially played down the coronavirus threat and initial efforts to stem the outbreak were hampered by confused guidance, unheeded warnings, delayed decisions and political infighting. ⁦⁦@jdavidgoodman⁩ https://t.co/1VPZJKNWsP”

Peter Baker on Twitter: "New York's Cuomo and de Blasio initially played down the coronavirus threat and initial efforts to stem the outbreak were hampered by confused guidance, unheeded warnings, delayed decisions and political infighting. ⁦⁦@jdavidgoodman⁩ https://t.co/1VPZJKNWsP"

Let’s concentrate on where the need has been shown to be greatest.Let’s concentrate on where the need has been shown to be greatest.

The mayor warned of tough decisions ahead of April 23, when the administration plans to release its executive budget.The mayor warned of tough decisions ahead of April 23, when the administration plans to release its executive budget.

De Blasio's tough talk fails to translate into tough budget decisions

Hizzoner cautioned that New Yorkers have to be “tough and disciplined” in following social distancing rules meant to top the spread of the deadly virus before the city could ease up those measures and gradually return to business as usual in May or June.Hizzoner cautioned that New Yorkers have to be “tough and disciplined” in following social distancing rules meant to top the spread of the deadly virus before the city could ease up those measures and gradually return to business as usual in May or June.

NYC may lift some coronavirus restrictions in May - New York Daily News

Prominent US coronavirus death model revised downwardSome 60,000 Americans could die in the coronavirus pandemic, a university model often cited by U.S. and state policymakers projected Wednesday, a 26% reduction in its most recent...

Prominent US coronavirus death model revised downward | Daily Sabah

CORONAVIRUS deaths are disproportionately high among New York’s African-American and Hispanic communities, prompting Governor Andrew Cuomo to question News ArticleCORONAVIRUS deaths are disproportionately high among New York’s African-American and Hispanic communities, prompting Governor Andrew Cuomo to question News Article

Coronavirus deaths disproportionately high among African-Americans and Hispanics in New York - Euro Weekly News Spain USA News Article

HARROWING images have emerged showing coronavirus patients being packed onto buses on New York City’s deadliest day. The epicenter of America’s coronavirus crisis set another single-day recor…

Harrowing pics show coronavirus patients being moved on packed buses on NYC’s deadliest day when 779 died – The Sun

An influential university model on the US coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday scaled back its projected death toll by 26% to 60,000 but a federal health official warned of a second wave of infections if Americans relax "social distancing" practices.An influential university model on the US coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday scaled back its projected death toll by 26% to 60,000 but a federal health official warned of a second wave of infections

UPDATE 1-U.S. coronavirus death projection lowered but official warns of 'second wave' | Deccan Herald

Here’s what you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak to navigate the markets today.Here’s what you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak to navigate the markets today.

Coronavirus News Updates: Oil Loses Gains After Saudi Arabia and Russia Reach a Tentative Deal - Barron's

NYC mayor says deaths at home should be added to virus tollNYC mayor says deaths at home should be added to virus toll

NYC mayor says deaths at home should be added... | Taiwan News

NEW YORK, April 8 — An influential university model on the US coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday scaled back its projected death toll by 26 per cent to 60,000 but a federal health official warned of a second wave of infections if Americans relax “social distancing” practices. The downward...NEW YORK, April 8 — An influential university model on the US coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday scaled back its projected death toll by 26 per cent to 60,000 but a federal health official warned of a second wave of infections if Americans relax “social distancing” practices. The downward...

US coronavirus death projection lowered but official warns of ‘second wave’ | World | Malay Mail

The pandemic has upended American life, with more than 90% of the population ordered to stay at home and nearly 10 million people thrown out of work in the past two weeks.The pandemic has upended American life, with more than 90% of the population ordered to stay at home and nearly 10 million people thrown out of work in the past two weeks.

Key US coronavirus death projection revised down to 60,000 - The Jerusalem Post

Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo both point to signs of good news in the coronavirus data, but say that restrictions on nonessential workers and businesses must continue.Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo both point to signs of good news in the coronavirus data, but say that restrictions on nonessential workers and businesses must continue.

NYC Mayor And NY Governor Say Social Distancing Is Working, Warn Not To Let Up : Coronavirus Live Updates : NPR

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