Map Of New York City Neighborhoods
Those living in the poorest New York City neighborhoods are dying from coronavirus at more than double those in more affluent areas.The pandemic has revealed wide disparities. Mayor de Blasio’s move to open up 30 miles of streets for pedestrians during the coronavirus pandemic fails the city’s low-income neighborhoods, advocates say. “This should shock the conscience of our city,” said Mark Levine, chair of the New York City Council’s health committee.
The map shows high per capita coronavirus death rates in Starrett City, Far Rockaway, Flushing, the Northeast Bronx, and Coney Island. New York City’s health department has begun providing data that breaks down the city’s COVID-19 pandemic by a number of different demographic factors, including race and ZIP code. So far, the
Mr. Benepe, senior vice president at the Trust for Public Land, was the New York City Parks Commissioner from 2002 to 2012. CreditByron Smith for The New York Times New Yorkers are entering the The data released Monday reinforced earlier revelations that black and Hispanic New Yorkers were both more than twice as likely to be killed by the virus as white people.
Map Of New York City Neighborhoods : The Open Streets program was created to give pedestrians more room to practice social distancing while still being able to walk outside. The city’s initial goal of 40 miles by the end of May has been New York City’s poorest neighborhoods are suffering coronavirus death rates more than double those in better-off neighborhoods. It’s been clear for weeks that the nation’s worst outbreak is hitting NEW YORK (WABC) — 13 more miles of streets will open Saturday to pedestrians as part of New York City’s “Open Streets” program. The total is up to 43 miles, surpassing the city’s goal of 40 miles by .