New York – After shops and restaurants, culture should take to the streets

In New York, during the corona pandemic, after shops and restaurants, culture is now also said to spread outdoors.

Art, culture and live events are the heart of the city, said Mayor Bill de Blasio. “Today we’re bringing her back.” Starting March 1, cultural institutions will be allowed to submit applications to host art exhibits or cultural performances on certain streets.

To slow the spread of the coronavirus but at the same time support retail and hospitality, the city had already allowed shops, restaurants, bars and cafes to spread to streets, squares and sidewalks. The programs are considered successes – especially in the case of restaurants – and should therefore remain.

Further articles on the coronavirus

We have created a news blog. In view of the large amount of information, this provides an overview of the most important current developments.

+ Current developments: Figures on the coronavirus in Germany (as of February 9th)
+ New rules: This is how the federal states implement the resolutions (as of January 21)

Test and protection

+ Protection: The vaccination ordinance: who will be vaccinated first, who will be vaccinated later? (As of January 26th)
+ Dates: How, when and where can I get vaccinated? (Status: 26.1.)
+ Biontech and Pfizer: What is known about the side effects of the corona vaccine (as of: 29.01.)
+ Protection: So it is about the development of vaccines against the coronavirus (as of: 26.01.)
+ Corona infection: how reliable are the tests? (As of: January 13th)
+ Sick people: New insights into the search for drugs (as of January 30)
Treatment: How does an antibody drug work and when is it useful? (As of January 25th)
+ What is the situation like in the hospitals? (As of January 21)
+ Economy: How the world of work deals with the number of infections (as of January 11)

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Contagion and Transmission

+ Virus variants: how dangerous are the new coronavirus mutations? (Status: 03.02.)
+ Opponents of infection protection measures: What AfD and lateral thinkers have to do with the spread of the coronavirus in Germany (as of December 17)
+ Transfer: What role do aerosols play (as of January 22)
+ Excess mortality: how deadly is the coronavirus really? (Status: 05.02.)
+ Travel warning: The current list of risk areas (as of 02/06)
+ Major events: What will happen to the Olympics and the European Football Championship? (As of January 22nd)
+ Sport: Why clubs fear for their existence (as of January 22nd)

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This message was broadcast on February 9th, 2021 on Deutschlandfunk.

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