NEW YORK (AP) — Pamela Puchalski even now remembers how scary it felt when the coronavirus upended existence in her New York Town neighborhood very last March.
With terrifying swiftness arrived the very first bacterial infections, the first limitations and the initially deaths. There were no answers to be observed, only dire warnings: Stay away from work, from university, from eating places and bars, from outlets and theaters — and specifically from each other.
“It was that sensation … like you just cannot have faith in your neighbor,” Puchalski reported.
A 12 months later, the nation’s premier metropolis — with