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A couple reads under their umbrellas on the side of the bikeway that runs along the Cape Cod Canal, and under Sagamore Bridge that spans 616 feet across the canal.

Locals are petitioning to close the bridges into Cape Cod to keep out the influx of second-homeowners fleeing the coronavirus

The Cape Cod area is the latest to deal with the influx of city residents who are migrating to small town areas amid the pandemic.
NHS nurses wait for the next patient at a drive through Coronavirus testing site in a car park on March 12, 2020 in Wolverhampton, England.

The co-op board of an Upper West Side building turned away a doctor who came to NYC to treat coronavirus patients, and it highlights yet another chall...

Finding a place to stay is just one of the many challenges healthcare professionals are currently dealing with.

Billionaire Spanx founder Sara Blakely is loaning out her wedding dress to brides who lost thousands of dollars because of coronavirus cancellations

Spanx billionaire Sara Blakely made the offer to help brides who canceled their nuptials over the coronavirus and lost thousands in the process.
Dr. Kenneth Davis, 72, is the CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System.

As NYC healthcare workers battle the coronavirus, 2 top Mount Sinai execs are reportedly waiting out the crisis in their Florida vacation homes

The CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System is reportedly at his $2.6 million mansion in Florida as workers in NYC are on the pandemic front lines.

If you’re struggling to pay your rent this month, here are 3 email templates to use when you ask your landlord for relief, from a real-estate en...

EasyKnock's CEO said "the worst thing someone can do right now is hide and not be proactive" and the last thing landlords want right now is a vacancy.
A New York commute, photographed on June 7 and July 11, 2012.

28 painfully repetitive photos of New Yorkers’ commutes show why many probably aren’t missing them right now

Photographer Peter Funch staked out a corner near Grand Central Terminal for 10 years to show how boring and repetitive a daily commute can be.
Offices, schools, restaurants and gyms have closed across the country in an effort to comply with social distancing guidelines designed to slow the spread of the virus.

You could get 12 weeks of coronavirus-related paid leave under a new law — but only until December 31. Here’s how to know if you’re ...

Some employees are now eligible for paid sick leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn in central Bangkok on May 9, 2019.

Thailand’s playboy king is reportedly holed up in a luxury hotel in the Bavarian Alps with 20 women while the rest of Germany’s hotels rem...

Little is known about the royal family in Thailand, which has strict laws forbidding people from defaming the king and his relatives.
Willie Mae Daniels stands at the front door of her home on March 26 after being laid off from her job as a food service cashier at the University of Miami on March 17.

20 million American workers could lose their jobs in the next 3 months because of the coronavirus pandemic

Just two weeks ago, the Economic Policy Institute estimated that a much lower three million jobs would be lost.
The Mary Tyler Moore statue on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis got a mask and rubber glove, seen Wednesday, April 1.

A maximum of 50% of the workforce could be back in the office this summer, but another wave could hit this fall, Morgan Stanley says

People who have recovered from the coronavirus, and the young and healthy, are expected to be the first to return to work, Morgan Stanley estimated.