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  • New York's coronavirus data sheds new light on the most severe cases: 40% died within 15 days of going to the hospital, and 67% were men

    John Minchillo/AP New York City has been the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the US — at least 50,000 New Yorkers have been hospitalized. Since March 1, the city has reported nearly 200,000 cases and more than 16,000 deaths. A new study offers insight into what happens to critically ill coronavirus patients. It found that 40% of those people died within 15 days of being admitted to a hospital.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. New York City has reported about 13% of...

    Business Insider
  • What is New York's government trying to hide?

    All it takes is a bit of common sense to understand that sending coronavirus patients into nursing homes is a bad idea. Unfortunately, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo realized this only after the rest of the country criticized his policy that forced nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients from nearby hospitals. Cuomo reversed the policy last week, but the damage had already been done.

    Washington Examiner
  • Editorial: Local newspapers are dying. Here's how we can save them

    If local news goes out of business, the damage to our democracy will be severe and irreversible.

    Los Angeles Times