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Transit spends about $300 million annually to staff what used to be token booths, even though the vast majority of fares are now sold through machines. Isn't it time that these jobs were reimagined for more necessary work, like, say, filling hand sanitizers? Good for all sides. https://t.co/2v2ITX7cnl
A year ago I was in eastern Congo reporting on Ebola. Hand washing stations (just a water cooler full of chlorinated water) were everywhere. But in NY good luck finding a place to wash your hands in public. It’s baffling. https://t.co/bbUFU3tkmC
NYC is hiring thousands of covid 19 contact tracers. The job posting says candidates should “have a demonstrated commitment to supporting communities who have experienced systemic oppression and bias.” Is that unusual language for a gov’t job posting? https://t.co/fMcJWuFZxN
“Mommy,” he cried out, before he stopped breathing. His face started turning purple. His 15-year-old brother, a boy scout, began chest compressions, stopping only when the ambulance arrived, his father said. Terrifying cases of kids w Covid-linked syndrome https://t.co/89jFDGqpr1
.@NYGovCuomo blames the media for not “blowing the bugle” on #COVID19 sooner. Calls out specifically @WSJ and @nytimes Last night Cuomo told @axios he regretted not blowing bugle sooner himself. He clearly does not like how that went over.
From Jan. 9 to March 1, the date the NY state government finally took the coronavirus threat seriously, the New York Times had more than 450 stories about the coronavirus. https://t.co/y2Eq78hb6g
Wondering why your stimulus check is a few days late? It’s because Trump’s name is being printed on it - the first time a president’s name has appeared on an IRS disbursement, per WaPo https://t.co/haXfy5QeX0
In Guinea when the president was running for re-election in ‘15, he had money printed with images of his achievements on the backside. His country was fighting to end a deadly virus then - Ebola https://t.co/lfzAcPCZeN