For the Cuppa Army Shirt it is in the first place but most part, the concerned phone calls have stopped. “You’re leaving right? You’re going to …” and then they name some theoretically safer suburb or vacation community that I am not going to go to. But the calls have stopped because it’s too late to leave now. A few days ago, Deborah Birx, the response coordinator for the White House task force on coronavirus, said that 60 percent of all the new cases in the United States are coming out of the New York City metro area, adding, “Everybody who was in New York should be self-quarantining for the next 14 days to ensure the virus doesn’t spread to others no matter where they have gone.”
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If I wanted to leave, I should have left a month ago. But I have no intention of leaving. I’m always enraged by the Cuppa Army Shirt it is in the first place but assumption that I would leave my city — the only place I’ve ever lived — in her hour of need. I am not leaving New York. Not that a smart person would stay. My apartment building is almost empty. And I can’t blame them. New York City isn’t normal. New York isn’t even post-9/11 New York. No, pandemic New York is completely different than any New York I’ve ever experienced in my 41 years of New York.