The governor’s comments came a day after a news report found at least 62 residents of New York State Veterans’ Home at St. Albans were given hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin. Some family members say they were never told.
The New York State-run facility in St. Albans, Queens, administered a cocktail of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin, despite safety warnings and doubts about efficacy.
Housing stipends leave those studying in the borough shortchanged on rent compared with the rest of New York City. The difference comes out to more than $450 a month.
The nightly pyrotechnics, occurring with a length and intensity not seen here in decades, can trigger people scarred by war and terror, mental health professionals say.
Workers at state-run Queens home demand justice for fallen veterans with an act of defiance, honor and remembrance ahead of Memorial Day.
New Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program work requirements also could end exemptions for The Bronx, Upper Manhattan and southeast Queens.
State election records show the former Army psychiatrist filed a campaign committee for a run to succeed Bill de Blasio in City Hall.
The VetConnectNYC site, which costs taxpayers more than $500,000 a year, was used by 522 veterans or their families in 11 months, city data shows.
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