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Coronavirus

  1. coronavirus
    I Was a COVID-Vaccine-Site BouncerThe city tried to build a COVID volunteer corps. The system wasn’t prepared for the demand.
  2. coronavirus
    Everything We Know About the Coronavirus Variant Spreading in New York CityTwo new studies suggest that the variant B.1.526 detected in New York City could dampen the effectiveness of some vaccine candidates.
  3. indoor dining
    Peter Luger Is Filling Its Dining Room With Wax FiguresHave a drink with fake Don Draper, perhaps.
  4. coronavirus
    All the Celebrities Who Have Tested Positive for the CoronavirusThe list keeps growing.
  5. covid-19
    Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Deemed Safe and EffectiveAnalysis by the FDA shows a third vaccine option offers strong protection against severe and fatal coronavirus infections.
  6. covid-19
    All My Friends’ Quarantine Bubbles Are BurstingSuddenly, everyone I know is abandoning their pod.
  7. covid-19
    9 Reasons to Believe the Worst of the Pandemic Is OverThe good news is really starting to roll in. (Though there are also a few reasons for caution.)
  8. comedy review
    On the Rocks Hopes You’re Cool With Ignoring All the Bad StuffBrian Regan wants to give his audience escapism, but 2020 is a tough year to escape from.
  9. games
    It Already Feels Like the Post-COVID Era in SportsA shockingly ordinary baseball spring training presages a return to normalcy — or close to it.
  10. improv
    Amy Poehler on Whether UCB Will Reopen: ‘I Don’t Know’“It’s a tough time to survive.”
  11. coronavirus
    U.S. Surpasses 500,000 COVID DeathsThe grim milestone comes roughly one year after the first coronavirus death in the United States.
  12. go home
    Shouldn’t Ted Cruz Be in Quarantine Right Now?Rather than, say, glad-handing two days after his jaunt to Mexico?
  13. closings
    Chinatown’s Jing Fong, Open Since 1978, Closes Its Dining RoomThe restaurant will continue to offer takeout and delivery as well as service from an outdoor patio.
  14. coronavirus
    AOC Calls for ‘Full Investigation’ of Cuomo Nursing Home ScandalThe governor, who is facing growing bipartisan criticism, insisted on Friday that allegations that he covered up nursing home deaths are “lies.”
  15. improv
    The Peoples Improv Theater Is Closing Its Main SpaceIt’s another loss for the New York comedy scene.
  16. festivals
    Just for Laughs Comedy Festival Announces Live 2021 DatesThe Montreal-based festival is back, bébé!
  17. covid-19
    Cuomo Denies Alleged Cover-up in Crisis Surrounding Nursing-Home DeathsThe governor did not directly apologize on Monday, but said it was a mistake to create a “void” of information surrounding the deaths.
  18. covid-19
    MTA to Reduce Subway Closure Hours Beginning February 22As of next week, the subway will run for 22 hours a day, with no service from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m.
  19. coronavirus
    Surprise: Trump’s COVID Case Was Reportedly Far Worse Than AdmittedA new report alleges that the Trump administration might’ve painted a misleadingly rosy picture of a severe infection.
  20. reopening
    How NYC’s Bars and Restaurants Are Preparing for the Return of Indoor Dining“We’re not thrilled about it.”
  21. coronavirus
    ‘Even for the Rich, It’s Hard to Access’America’s wealthiest are discovering the vaccine is one of the few things money can’t buy.
  22. coronavirus
    How COVID Accelerated a Fight Against Food DesertsA push for healthier food options for one of New York’s hardest-hit populations.
  23. covid-19
    Congressman Ron Wright Dies of COVID-19The 67-year-old Texas Republican, who was also battling lung cancer, is the first active member of Congress to die from the coronavirus.
  24. coronavirus
    New COVID Strain Spreading Across U.S.: What We KnowA distressing new study suggests that the U.K. variant is doubling its number of confirmed infections in the U.S. every 10 days.
  25. coronavirus news
    We May Soon Have Another COVID VaccineJohnson & Johnson, whose vaccine is highly protective against severe cases, has applied for emergency FDA authorization.
  26. covid-19
    The COVID Picture in America Is Showing Dramatic ImprovementNew variants loom, but cases continue to plummet as the pace of vaccination ramps up.
  27. mental health
    A New Way to Help Restaurant Workers’ Mental Health“The need for a program like this existed well before the pandemic,” says Zia Sheikh of Restaurant After Hours.
  28. encounter
    The Nut-Butter Don of FlatbushDanny Castañeda wants to see more producers who look like him.
  29. super bowl
    Six Big Questions About the Pandemic Super BowlA lot of weird stuff has gone down in years past. Sunday has the potential to be the strangest big game yet.
  30. all work no pay
    Hey, Hun!In women’s joblessness, multi-level marketers saw opportunity.
  31. vaccinations
    New York Restaurant Workers Are Now Eligible for VaccinationLocal governments will ultimately make the call to prioritize restaurant workers.
  32. all work no pay
    How Am I?I mean, I’m working from home while taking care of two little kids. And there’s a demon in my kitchen.
  33. vaccinations
    Restaurant Workers Should Be Allowed to Get the Vaccine ImmediatelyIt’s cruel to reopen indoor dining otherwise.
  34. public health
    How Worried Should We Be About the Coronavirus Variants?The Cut spoke with Michael Worobey, a professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona who studies the evolution of flu viruses.
  35. coronavirus
    Cuomo Administration Accused of Undercounting Nursing-Home COVID DeathsAttorney General Letitia James’s office looked into the Cuomo administration’s totals and found the real figure may be as high as 13,000.
  36. coronavirus
    Indoor Dining Can Return to NYC on Valentine’s DayGovernor Andrew Cuomo says the city is on track to reopen dining rooms at 25 percent capacity on February 14.
  37. coronavirus
    Here Are All the Movies Delayed Because of the CoronavirusWith updated release dates where available.
  38. vaccines
    Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Shown Highly Effective Against Severe COVIDThe one-shot dose, while less effective against a new coronavirus variant, is great at preventing the worst effects of the virus.
  39. covid-19
    U.S. COVID Cases Continue to PlummetThe big question: Is this another temporary blip or the beginning of the end?
  40. stand-up
    Hell GigMike Birbiglia reflects on the weird and enlightening world of virtual comedy shows.
  41. coronavirus vaccine
    The Fyre Festival of Vaccine RolloutsThe city of Philadelphia trusted a group run by a 22-year-old to vaccinate thousands, a venture that reportedly did not end well.
  42. stand-up
    COVID Didn’t Kill Live Comedy — It Drove It UndergroundAfter Governor Cuomo classified live comedy as not “essential,” some NYC club owners decided to roll the dice.
  43. vaccines
    Vaccine Delays Are Screwing Up the E.U.’s Already Slow RolloutLeaders in the bloc are growing increasingly frustrated, as the U.K. and U.S. surge ahead in doses administered.
  44. coronavirus
    CDC Study: Students Can Return to In-Person School With Proper PrecautionsA new study published Tuesday showed that schools where students wear masks were not significant drivers of COVID spread.
  45. unemployment
    The Human Toll of New York’s Restaurant-Unemployment Crisis“I felt like my life was in total stasis.”
  46. games
    A Marquee Super Bowl Is the NFL’s Reward for Cutting CornersCOVID schmovid. It’s Tom Brady versus Patrick Mahomes!
  47. coronavirus
    What We Know About the New P.1 Strain of the CoronavirusThe new variant, detected amid a horrifying resurgence of COVID cases in Manaus, Brazil, has alarmed scientists around the world.
  48. public health
    Time to Start Double-Masking(If you haven’t already.)
  49. recommended by experts
    The Best Face-Mask Filters, According to Doctors and ScientistsWe found out what to put in that filter pocket.
  50. coronavirus
    All the Live Events, Movie Releases, and Productions Affected by the CoronavirusWho’s next?
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