The Fight to Protect City Workers During This Crisis

Sanitation and other essential city workers are not receiving an adequate supply of protective equipment such as masks, gloves and hand sanitizers, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R-Staten Island) told the Advance.

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SUSPEND METERS NOW

With non-essential business being shut down, the majority of people utilizing these spaces are those under quarantine at the city and state’s urging or essential workers who are keeping the vital aspects of this city running during a crisis

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Mayor de Blasio must do more to provide frontline workers with the protection

Every day more firefighters, police officers, sanitation workers and other essential employees in New York City are getting sick.

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Malliotakis proposes Victory Memorial Hospital be reactivated for coronavirus patients

Right now, expanding hospital bed capacity is a priority. I have proposed using the decommissioned Victory Memorial Hospital site in Brooklyn to help meet the need in the borough.

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NY State Mental Health Hotline

New York State has set up a hotline with 6,175 mental health professionals who volunteered to speak with those experiencing stress, anxiety and depression.

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Malliotakis Makes Plea for Supplies and Tax Relief on Piscopo Show

Speaking with Joe Piscopo, Nicole discusses her push to get Mayor de Blasio to freeze collection of property taxes and water bills and the need to better protect city workers from COVID-19.

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Support for Impacted Businesses: Resources

Supporting Impacted Businesses: The Small Business Administration (SBA) has announced disaster loans which provide impacted businesses with up to $2 million.

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Malliotakis: ‘This Is a Time for Our Country to Come Together’

Nicole Malliotakis appeared on Breitbart News Saturday to discuss the coronavirus outbreak across America, specifically in New York.

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Malliotakis Discusses Release of Prisoners Due to Coronavirus on OAN

Nicole Malliotakis appeared on One America News to discuss U.S. prisons, such as Rikers Island in New York City, releasing their inmates as the novel coronavirus continues to spread.

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From New York State Department of Labor regarding Unemployment Benefits:

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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Guidance For Determining Whether A Business Enterprise Is Subject To A 75% Workforce Reduction Under Executive Order 202.6

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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Small businesses asking me about applying for SBA loans

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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Federal and State Income Tax Returns Will be Postponed 3 Months

The deadline for filing of FEDERAL of income tax returns will be postponed 3 months from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus outbreak, feds announced.

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President Donald Trump Education Department Testing and Loan Update

The Education Department will not enforce federal rules on standardized testing for K-12 schools and will allow federal student loan borrowers to suspend payments for at least 60 days.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Drive-Thru Testing Sites Now Open

While testing is open to all, you must first be screened to be referred for an appointment. If you are exhibiting symptoms and would like to be screened to take a swab test, please call NY State Department of Health at 888-364-3065.

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