Vaccine milestone brings an end to most Covid restrictions in New York (Good Morning CNY for June 16)
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HOW Mothers go back to work, the childcare places are disappearing: Kelly Pompo, a high school reading teacher, is back to work in September after taking the pandemic year to stay home with her new baby and 3-year-old. She started looking for childcare a few weeks ago. What she found was a wait of at least nine months – and that only in the places that had waiting lists. When parents like Pompo return to work, a child care system is in a state of upheaval. It was stressed out before the pandemic. Now a year of uncertainty and financial struggle has brought some providers to a predetermined breaking point. (Photo by Dennis Nett)
A vaccine milestone puts an end to many Covid rules: Since 70% of adults in New York have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, Almost all of the state’s remaining pandemic restrictions have been lifted with immediate effect, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Tuesday. “All in all, we can live again.”
- Check out 14 mandates that are history for bars, offices, gyms and weddings
- What does that mean for concerts, sports, shows?
MORE ABOUT CORONAVIRUS:
- The US death toll from Covid-19 exceeds 600,000
- Covid in NY: Hospital stays rise, new cases stay below 400
Driver accused of passenger death in fiery accident: A Cicero woman accused of driving down Erie Boulevard East before crashing into a building on December 26th, was charged with manslaughter and drug driving in the death of her passenger.
Broadway in Syracuse: Companies to rehearse in Syracuse: Live theater returns to downtown Syracuse this fall, and with it comes an extra boost in economic impact. Four national tour companies will spend additional weeks of rehearsal at two downtown venues.
Liverpool man charged with murder claims self-defense: A 49-year-old Liverpool man says he hit a man with a bat and later killed the man’s friend in self-defense, according to court files filed Tuesday. Louis Beaulieu has been charged with first degree manslaughter, first degree assault and double third degree gun possession two separate incidents five hours apart.
STARLING RECEIVES OFFER FROM DUKE: JJ Starling, shown in his time in Baldwinsville, has received a scholarship offer from Duke, his father confirmed at Syracuse.com. The highly-recruited La Lumiere, Indiana) Guard took a Zoom call Tuesday and was offered by soon-to-be Blue Devils trainer Jon Scheyer, who will replace Mike Krzyzewski at the end of next season. Starling, a four-star contender and the No. 54 player in the class of 2022, will also hold his official visit to Syracuse on the weekend of June 25-27, his father confirmed. He follows that visit with a trip to Connecticut June 28-30. (Photo by Scott Schild)
“We have state championships next year”: New York high school athletes will have another chance to fight for the state title this fall. Robert Zayas, executive director of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, said: his group and schools across the state are already planning to resume this competition.
Boeheim’s Army: New Players, New Trainer, TBT Region Revealed:While the core of the team will be known, there will be some changes to Boeheim’s army for the 2021 version of The Basketball Tournament, a $ 1 million winner-all competition. Find out the new players on the team, the new head coach and the team’s venues.
- NBA publishes names invited to their design combine; two former Syracuse players are not on the list
- Syracuse AD John Wildhack discusses a succession plan for Jim Boeheim’s eventual retirement
FURTHER SPORT NEWS:
- Mary Grimes joins Le Moyne as the new women’s basketball coach
- SU Wildhack optimistic about full capacity for football
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