Harlemites seem unbothered by the Coronavirus but some businesses are feeling the heat!

Photos: Isseu Diouf Campbell If you listen to many Harlemites, you will think that the Coronavirus has not made it to New York City yet. They are going about their lives as usual and don’t feel concerned at all. But … Read More

Coronavirus: NYC Small Business Services releases new Guidance for Business Owners

The New York City Small Business Services released on March 14, 2020, a new Guidance for Business Owners to help them deal with the Coronavirus crisis General Good Practices • Have a contingency plan in place. Gather employee and supplier … Read More

Coronavirus: NYC schools closed until April 20, 2020, and remote learning launches on March 23rd

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza announced on March 15, 2020, NYC City schools will close starting March 16, 2020 and reopen following Spring Recess on Monday, April 20, 2020. During that period, NYC schools will … Read More

New York City just confirmed first Coronavirus death but don’t let some medias drive you crazy

New York City confirmed on the morning of March 14, 2020 the first Coronavirus death and some medias will take that news and run with it. Don’t let them drive you crazy, because their concern is not your wellbeing, but … Read More

10 things we learned from Mayor de Blasio’s Coronavirus roundtable with community and ethnic media

Photo credits: Isseu Diouf Campbell Mayor de Blasio hosted a Coronavirus Roundtable with Health & Mental Hygiene Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot, Deputy Mayor for Health & Human Services Dr. Raul Perea-Henze, Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Bitta Mostofi, Community Affairs Unit Commissioner … Read More

Coronavirus : what you can do beside freaking out!

I have to admit it is scary. The idea that a simple virus can kill you in a matter of days is frightening, but if freaking out was really helpful, no one would have contracted it. Instead, inform yourself and … Read More

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