Tag Archives: New York

Coronavirus Fraudsters Keep Prosecutors Busy

Stateline Jul7

Read Stateline coverage of the latest state action on coronavirus. A Hollywood film producer allegedly tried to use $1.7 million from the federal coronavirus business relief fund to pay personal credit card bills. Two New England men allegedly applied for more than half a million in refundable loans through the …

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Listen: How the Coronavirus Affects Kids

Wells: So this is happening to kids after they have recovered from COVID-19? Hamblin: They probably didn’t even get it. Zhang: Yeah, they never had the coughing or the shortness of breath that most of us associate with COVID-19. Wells: Got it. But these are in instances where they had …

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Are Kids Spared From the Coronavirus?

But these numbers are far from complete. The lack of such basic information comes down to the mysteries of this syndrome: The symptoms vary widely, and they may not appear right away. By the time they show up, many children test negative for the virus, but positive for antibodies. So …

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NYC halts plan to resume indoor dining next week

New York City will not allow indoor dining to resume next week as originally scheduled due to growing coronavirus outbreaks in other parts of the country, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.  “We see a lot of problems and we particularly see problems revolving around people going back to bars …

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