Russian officials stopped all incoming and outbound international flights starting at midnight on Friday to slow the spread of the coronavirus, widening the international flight restrictions implemented on March 27.
Two people were killed and four injured Saturday in a stabbing attack in southeastern town of Romans-sur-Isère, about 20km north of Valence. According to the mayor of the French town, a man armed with a knife attacked people shopping in town, killing two of them and wounding an additional five.
With the coronavirus lockdown keeping many New York drivers off the road, they might not have noticed how cheap gas is. The average price at downstate pumps was just $2.175 a gallon this week, state data show.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has authorized the first test for coronavirus that measures antibodies in the blood. Such tests could identify people who have recovered from COVID-19, a key for knowing who’s immune and for developing a vaccine.
At home with the kids? Seeking good ideas to keep them engaged and stimulated? Read what this mom of five has to offer. Montana’s Rebbetzin Chavie Bruk, AKA “Clear As Mud”, shares her ideas for toys and games that work and can help get you though the “home alone” Passover edition.
Kāmin Health Urgent Care Centers is proud to announce the rolling out of their brand new TeleMed virtual medicine program to communities nationwide, with a special offer for shluchim who are looking for a safe and unique way of serving their communities during these intense times.
Rabbi Tuvia Teldon, the Senior Rabbi on Long Island, who heads a staff of over 50 rabbis in 38 centers, today announced the launch of his new book titled, Eight Paths of Purpose.
The CDC on Saturday night issued a domestic travel advisory for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut “effectively immediately,” just hours after President Donald Trump backed away from calling for a quarantine for the three coronavirus hotspots.
Here is a roundup of information and numbers regarding the Coronavirus outbreak in New York State.
It’s all hands on deck. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday night that allows the Pentagon to call National Guard members and former US troops back to active duty to fight the coronavirus.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus. He has mild symptoms and will self-isolate in Downing Street. On Friday afternoon, Johnson tweeted: “Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus.”
As families muddle through another week without school, CrownHeights.info presents a list of digital deals and freebies to take advantage of to keep your children occupied, and you sane.
The federal government has pledged an additional 4,000 ventilators to the Empire State’s fight against the coronavirus, with half bound for New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday, amid rancor over the life-saving devices.
After five straight days of negotiation, Senate leaders and the Trump administration have reached an agreement on a $2 trillion stimulus package to rescue the economy from the devastation caused by the coronavirus epidemic.
President Trump on Sunday said the National Guard had been activated in New York, California and Washington and that the federal government would provide additional resources to help those states combat the coronavirus.
On Friday, March 20th, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo issued guidance as to which businesses are considered essential and may remain in operation during the latest restrictive measures ordered for New York State.
Ameritrade, commonly known as TD Bank, has closed many of its branches nationwide in what is becoming a growing financial crises. The notice was sent to those with accounts at the bank, informing them of the closure.