Weekly COVID newsletter (2/25)

Friends, It’s Thursday, February 25, 2021. Welcome to my weekly COVID-19 newsletter. Here are the bullets for NYC according to nonprofit news site TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker, the New York State COVID testing dashboard, and the NYC Dept. of Health: Manhattan:
  • 101,955 cumulative confirmed cases (+4,078 from last week)
  • 3,852 cumulative deaths (+68 since last week)
  • 2.8% seven-day positivity average (the same as reported here last week)
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New seniors report part of Age-friendly Manhattan initiative

My newest report, based on over 1,000 responses from senior New Yorkers, “Steps to a more Age-friendly Manhattan,” proposes dynamic solutions for addressing the needs of our older adults, researched and written in partnership with The New York Academy of Medicine. The report is part of my office’s Age-friendly Manhattan initiative, covering everything from transportation to housing to community support and health services. Key findings from “… Read more

Input needed: annual budget priorities survey

I’m seeking public input on my annual Borough Board Budget Priorities Report– a statutory requirement of the City Charter. By Tuesday, 3/16, please fill out this short survey about what budget issues are important to you– and you can submit additional comments to mbpobudget@gmail.com. Responses to the questionnaire will remain confidential and will be added to my final report to the Mayor, City Council, and Office of Management and… Read more

Weekly COVID newsletter (2/18)

Friends, It’s Thursday, February 18, 2021. Welcome to my weekly COVID-19 newsletter. Here are the bullets for NYC according to nonprofit news site TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker, the New York State COVID testing dashboard, and the NYC Dept. of Health: Manhattan:
  • 97,877 cumulative confirmed cases (+4,242 from last week)
  • 3,784 cumulative deaths (+91 since last week)
  • 2.8% seven-day positivity average (down from 3.1% last week)
NYC:
  • 668,341
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Weekly newsletter (2/11)

Friends, It’s Thursday, February 11, 2021. Welcome to my weekly COVID-19 newsletter. Here are the bullets for NYC according to nonprofit news site TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker, the New York State COVID testing dashboard, and the NYC Dept. of Health: Manhattan:
  • 93,635 cumulative confirmed cases (+4,636 from last week)
  • 3,693 cumulative deaths (+81 since last week)
  • 3.1% seven-day positivity average (down from 3.3% last week)
NYC:
  • 640,017
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B.P. Brewer in the News:
January 30 – February 5

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Weekly newsletter (2/4)

Friends, It’s Thursday, February 4, 2021. Welcome to my weekly COVID-19 newsletter. Here are the bullets for NYC according to nonprofit news site TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker, the New York State COVID testing dashboard, and the NYC Dept. of Health: Manhattan:
  • 88,999 cumulative confirmed cases (+5,065 from last week)
  • 3,612 cumulative deaths (+77 since last week)
  • 3.3% seven-day positivity average (down from 3.4% last week)
NYC:
  • 610,346
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B.P. Brewer in the News:
January 23 – January 29

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Weekly COVID newsletter (1/28)

Friends, It’s Thursday, January 28, 2021. Welcome to my weekly COVID-19 newsletter. These statistics have been psychologically numbing for a while now. But it’s worth noting that January has been America’s deadliest month of the pandemic so far– over 83,000 deaths. And the British variant (known as B117) “may be associated with a higher degree of mortality” according to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week. Britain’s preliminary data suggests… Read more

B.P. Brewer in the News:
January 16 – January 22

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