We’d have extra hope that college reopening will come off if different metropolis pandemic applications had been exhibiting fewer bugs.
The much-heralded GetFoodNYC noticed no less than two black eyes this week: On Monday, 34 unopened packing containers of meals turned up on the facet of a Queens underpass. The resident who noticed them referred to as 311 and was informed they’d be picked up, however greater than eight hours later they had been nonetheless mendacity there.
That information prompted a Brooklyn lady to alert The Submit that 4 to 5 packing containers of undesirable meals per week have been exhibiting up at her dwelling since Could, regardless of many calls to 311. Our protection apparently received the error mounted — however what number of different mis-delivered meals have gone to waste?
Extra troubling is a New York Occasions account of the beyond-rocky begin to the town’s contact-tracing program. On non-public message boards, newly employed contact tracers shared severe worries. One wrote, “I don’t assume that is the kind of job we should always simply ‘wing it,’ and that’s the sense I’ve been getting typically.” One other: “The shortage of communication and group is loopy.”
However the worst issues got here within the first six weeks, and this system’s now two months previous. “All indicators point out that this system has been efficient in serving to the town keep away from the resurgence we’re seeing in different states,” says mayoral spokeswoman Avery Cohen.
As ever with Metropolis Corridor, it’s: Cross your fingers, and hope they get it proper in time.