An MTA worker sanitizing a subway car in early March.
The coronavirus could derail all of the authority’s upgrades.
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City Council Speaker Corey Johnson joins Mayor de Blasio at a COVID-19 media briefing in early March.
City lawmakers will meet and vote remotely on Wednesday.
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COVID-19 has New York candidates rethinking how they campaign, oftentimes using Zoom.
The coronavirus is making it even harder for challengers to break through.
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The state Senate met with a limited number of Senators on March 18th.
Lawmakers in Albany have authorized remote voting, but the Legislature has yet to really take advantage of the practice.
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President of the TWU Local 100 Tony Utano
TWU Local 100’s Tony Utano said the coronavirus pandemic makes it clear that mass transit workers should be celebrated.
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Bhairavi Desai (center), executive director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance.
The coronavirus outbreak is kicking an industry that was already down.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio assists in picking up the United Nation's donation of 250,000 face masks.
The city wants to gather data from residents with COVID-19 symptoms to allow for more targeted response efforts.
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New York State Interim Chief Information Officer Jeremy Goldberg
New York’s top tech official talks about collaborating with private industry on coronavirus response.
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This week's tech loser, Amazon's Jeff Bezos.
Who's up and who's down in tech this week?
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A food delivery worker seen on the subway during the coronavirus outbreak on March 25th.
They’re on the front lines of the pandemic, but they’ll have to wait for labor protections.
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