Coronavirus Updates and News in New York City, NY for August 2

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A new study has found that typical selling prices for homes exceeded $ 1 million in 37 zip codes during the coronavirus pandemic.

A new study has found that typical selling prices for homes exceeded $ 1 million in 37 zip codes during the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy of Tim Lee)

NEW YORK CITY – The coronavirus pandemic that reshaped much of New York City has left astronomically expensive home prices largely untouched, according to a new study. typically sold for $ 1 million or more in 37 city zip codes. It covers the first half of this year – a time when the coronavirus pandemic caused lockdowns and largely shut down New… Read More

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The state’s COVID rent relief requests – which provides for up to four months of missed rent from April to July – are now on August 6.

NEW YORK CITY – Tenants in New York City who have missed their rent payments due to the coronavirus pandemic will have an extra week to seek state help.The deadline for COVID Rent applications Relief Program is now August 6. The program is providing funds to New Yorkers for four months of missed rent during the coronavirus pandemic. It is far from calling for “cancel the rent” or other forms of forgiveness, but still offers tenants… Read more

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Mayor Bill de Blasio and city officials have outlined strict safety standards for reopening and closing schools.

NEW YORK CITY – Whether the doors to New York City schools are open or closed will depend on whether the city is below a 3% coronavirus infection rate, the mayor said on Friday … . Learn more



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