Alexa Liautaud6h ago / 10:14 PM UTCSing Sing Correctional Facility overlooking the Hudson river in Ossining, N.Y.Mary Altaffer / AP fileAn employee at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, New York, has tested positive for the coronavirus, NBC News has confirmed. Two other people, neither outwardly showing symptoms, have been tested, and those results are pending, according to the state Corrections Department. “People are really worried,” Sing Sing inmate Jermaine Archer said. “I was still in Sing Sing for 9/11, and I remember that, and people have the same looks on their faces when I walk by.”Bianca Tylek, executive director of Worth Rises, a nonprofit advocacy organization focused on prison labor, told NBC News that she was particularly concerned about the elderly population in prison and whether adequate accommodations would be made.Read the full story here.Doha Madani6h ago / 10:11 PM UTCFlorida governor refuses to shut down beaches amid spread of coronavirusPeople crowd the beach, while other jurisdictions had already closed theirs in efforts to combat the spread of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Clearwater, Fla., on March 17, 2020.Steve Nesius / ReutersFlorida Gov. Ron DeSantis refused to issue an order to close the state’s beaches, despite fears regarding that spread of coronavirus.He

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