Police crackdown on gatherings, millennials may sour on NYC, & more

By Jennifer White Karp  |
April 20, 2020 - 10:30AM


Millennials have been leaving big cities. Now the pandemic may accelerate that trend (The New York Times)

Police are cracking down on New Yorkers violating the ban on social gatherings (Fox)

Is it fair for city residents to seek shelter from the coronavirus in rural areas? (The Atlantic)

The city asked developers of affordable housing projects to increase the number of apartments reserved for the homeless (Curbed)

Readers created maps showing how their worlds have transformed under the lockdown (CityLab)

A Cobble Hill nursing home has 55 deaths from coronavirus (Brooklyn Eagle)


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