The Low Rates of COVID-19 Seen in New York Public Schools; Fall chill in Central Park – .

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The Low Rates of COVID-19 Seen in New York Public Schools; Fall chill in Central Park – .


STATEN ISLAND, NY – A New York Times report said the average weekly positivity rate in New York City public schools was around 0.25% since schools opened last month, although below the overall city average of 2.43%.

The report says a total of 446 cases of COVID-19 were found among teachers and students in schools in the city. Of those cases, 56 were reported in Staten Island, an average weekly rate of 0.34%.

Carmel Richmond Health and Rehabilitation Center in Dongan Hills closed a unit to visitors this week amid an outbreak of COVID-19 cases.

Meanwhile, it’s definitely starting to look like fall, with temperatures dropping below 50 degrees in Central Park for the first time this fall.

“The Wanderers,” Mark Stein and Tom Wrobleski, felt a bit of the fall chill during a visit to Willowbrook Park.

There are so many places that make Staten Island unique.

And Advance colleague Mark Stein and I are determined to visit them all.

That’s what “The Wanderers” is on Facebook Live: the beautiful, unique, scary and weird places that make Staten Island the best place to live in New York City.

We will also go where the news takes us every day.

Tune in around 4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and see where we come in.

Where should we go after?

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