La Sirena, Mexican handicraft shop against the wall

It was almost a year since Dina was forced to close her store due to government restrictions and she hopes today that she will never have to go through that time again. “Well, when I closed I cried, when I closed on March 21 I cried. It is the first time I closed in 22 … Read more

Cinemas may reopen in March; 25% capacity and 50 people

Movie theaters in New York City could open again as of March 5 but using only 25% of the seats and without exceeding 50 attendees, according to Governor Andrew Cuomo. The measure is one more in the series of steps that the state of New York and the city have been taking to gradually return … Read more

NY will allow sports and entertainment stadiums to reopen

New York’s large stadiums and sports arenas may soon reopen their doors at 10% of normal capacity, according to a plan announced Wednesday by Governor Andrew Cuomo, despite public health experts’ concern about the still-high rates. of COVID-19 infection and the threat of more contagion variants. Cuomo said that major stadiums and arenas with a … Read more

NY will emerge victorious from the Covid war

As the pandemic continues to rage across the country, Governor Andrew Cuomo assured New York will emerge victorious from the “COVID war,” revealing his plans for 2021 in his “State of the State” speech on Monday. . “COVID created the low tide in America and the ugliness was exposed for all to see,” Cuomo said. … Read more

U.S. exceeds record 22 million COVID-19 cases

2021 got off to a bleak start in terms of the pandemic in the country. In just nine days, more than two million new cases of coronavirus and 24,000 deaths were registered. According to information compiled by Johns Hopkins University, the total number of new cases exceeds 22 million since the pandemic began. Some 372,000 … Read more

The US registers the highest daily death toll from COVID-19

The United States recorded the highest daily death toll from COVID-19 – nearly 3,900 – on the same day that a mob attack on Capitol Hill exposed some of the deep political divisions that have hindered the battle against the pandemic. Infections are on the rise in several states and California is hit particularly hard: … Read more

Attorney General’s Office Will Not Investigate COVID Vaccine Fraud

The state attorney general, Letitia James, indicates that she will be excluded from the investigation into the health services network ParCare, accused of fraudulently obtaining the vaccine against COVID-19. James will not participate in the inquiry because of his ties to ParCare CEO Gary Schlesinger, a key supporter of his campaign for Attorney General. Parcare … Read more

Over a million COVID-19 cases in NY State

New York State has surpassed one million COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began, according to figures announced by Governor Cuomo. This Friday 15,000 new cases were registered, out of 202,000 tests carried out. The infection rate statewide is 7.45%. Hospitalizations have dropped from the day before, but still number more than 7,800 cases. And 128 … Read more

California sets record of 585 COVID deaths in one day

California kicked off 2021 by reporting a record 585 coronavirus deaths in a single day after a health official said the pandemic was putting state hospitals on the “brink of catastrophe,” as some medical centers are struggling. to provide oxygen to the critically ill. More than 47,000 new confirmed cases were reported, the California Department … Read more

Second case of a new variant of covid in the US

California confirmed this Wednesday a second case in the country of the new and presumably more contagious variant of the coronavirus, which would indicate that the infection is spreading throughout the national territory. The governor of that state, Gavin Newsom announced that the case occurred in the south of the state, although he did not … Read more