New York has closed dozens of hospitals in the last few decades, the result of larger healthcare trends, policy shifts and cost-cutting efforts. But that downsizing has been “called into question” by the coronavirus pandemic, experts say.
‘We are high risk and underserved people ourselves. We don’t want to spread the virus and infect our clients,’ one home attendant told World Journal. ‘But if we stop working, who would help them?’
The city’s Law Department says it is ready to deliver its case to a state appeals court for restoring the Inwood rezoning, which was annulled by a lower court last year. It’s just not sure exactly when it will be able to do so.
‘Arnie candidly wrote that he was convicted of a double homicide in Brooklyn. ‘I make no bones about it, I was a bad guy.’ He’ll first be eligible for parole when, should he live that long, he’d be 81.’