Suzanne Ciechalski and Caitlin Fichtel2h ago / 9:45 PM UTCAs the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt life throughout the United States, communities are banding together to assist doctors, nurses and first responders with the essentials: food and housing.From New York City to Washington state, people have donated thousands of meals to health care workers through various organizations, while others have provided temporary housing to doctors and nurses who are on the front lines of the pandemic.”It’s really empowering just to see how people want to be a part of this,” said Michael MacKelvie, one of the organizers of the group Feed the Fearless. His group has raised thousands of dollars to purchase meals from local restaurants to donate to area businesses. Other organizations, such as RVs 4 MDs, are working to provide health care workers with temporary housing if they choose to make the difficult decision to self-isolate from their families.Read the full story here. Gabe Gutierrez2h ago / 9:38 PM UTCNYC mayor says easing of social distancing possible before summerThe mayor of New York City, which has seen more than a fifth of the nation’s coronavirus cases, expressed qualified optimism that mobility could begin to return to the Big Apple before the end of


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