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Woon jy die New York -reisfees by? Ons is!

Woon jy die New York -reisfees by? Ons is!

Die 2014 New York Travel Festival kom vinnig nader - 26 en 27 April in die Bohemian National Hall

Ons raak opgewonde, want die 2014 New York Travel Festival kom vinnig nader - 26 en 27 April in die Bohemian National Hall. By die fees sal die deelnemers geleentheid kry om een-tot-een met reisdeskundiges te praat, paneelbesprekings by te woon om meer te wete te kom oor die bedryf en hoe om slimmer te reis, wêreldwye kookkuns van topsjefs te proe, werkswinkels oor kos en kultuur by te woon, sien 'n paar van die nuutste innovasies in reistegnologie, speelreis -trivia verken New York deur afslag met afslag en meer.

Jessica Festa, redakteur van Epicure & Culture, is een van die amptelike media -vennote vir die geleentheid, en is ook een van die beste reisdeskundiges. U kan afsprake maak vir een-tot-een-gesprekke met haar op 26 April tussen 15:30 en 16:50 uur-u kan u afspraak maak deur hier te klik sodra u u kaartjie het-oor onderwerpe soos solo-reis, romanties reis, begrotingsreise, kulturele reise, kulinêre reise, die skep van 'n aanlyn tydskrif, die bou van 'n handelsmerk en nog baie meer.

Epicure & Culture sal ook deelneem aan die Travel Babel -gedeelte van die fees, waar ervare reisigers regstreeks en op video praat, betekenisvolle reisverhale oor transformasie, avontuur en op die pad deel en 'n passievolle reisiger word.

'N Paar ander hoogtepunte vir die fees wat u kan verwag, sluit in:

  • Lee Abbamonte, die jongste Amerikaner wat elke land ter wêreld besoek het, sal die hoofrede op 27 April hou en 'Stump Lee' speel, 'n trivia -speletjie waar deelnemers hierdie reiskenner kan probeer stomp maak
  • 'N Mexikaanse kos en mezcal -proe
  • Die stigter van G Adventures, Bruce Poon Tip, sal praat oor sy ervaring met die bou van 'n reisonderneming en om 'n volhoubare reisadvokaat te wees
  • Travel 2.0 sal die nuutste reistegnologie ten toon stel, met aanbiedings van opstartreistate
  • Die reisvideo -gasheer Kelley Ferro vertel hoe u 'n video -reeks vir u handelsmerk suksesvol kan skep
  • 'N Kulinêre reiswerkswinkel met die stigter van Foodie International, Elyse Pasquale

En baie meer! Ons hoop om julle daar te sien. Klik hier om u kaartjies te koop.

Die pos Woon jy die New York -reisfees by? Ons is! verskyn die eerste keer op Epicure & Culture.


Terugflits: 'Gesondheidskommissaris' in NYC het New Yorkers aangemoedig om op openbare plekke bymekaar te kom

New York City & rsquos se kommissaris vir gesondheid, oënskynlik verantwoordelik vir die advies van New Yorkers oor die beste gesondheidspraktyke, word onder skoot gelê vir die rol wat sy moontlik gespeel het in die stad, wat die grootste Coronavirus -groep in Amerika geword het.

Die afgelope twee maande het Oxiris Barbot, die kommissaris vir gesondheid in die stad, gesê dat openbare vervoer en uitgaan in die openbaar, insluitend die bywoning van die Chinese maan-nuwejaarparade in Chinatown, nie net verantwoordelike gedrag was nie, maar dat dit ook sou help om anti-Asiatiese nederlaag te verslaan vooroordele.

& ldquo Ons moedig New Yorkers aan om hul daaglikse lewens aan te gaan en stel voor dat ons daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls tref wat ons gedurende die griepseisoen moet doen, & rdquo Barbot het op 26 Januarie gesê. Sy het selfs bygevoeg dat diegene wat onlangs uit Wuhan gereis het, nie aangespoor word om self-kwarantyn te plaas of groot openbare byeenkomste te vermy nie. & Rdquo

Op 2 Februarie het sy dieselfde gebrek aan omsigtigheid aangemoedig: die risiko vir New Yorkers vir die koronavirus is laag en ons paraatheid as 'n stad is baie hoog. Daar is geen rede om nie die metro te neem nie, nie die bus te neem nie, nie na u gunsteling restaurant te gaan nie, en beslis nie die parade volgende Sondag te mis nie. & Rdquo

& rdquo Ek & rsquom gaan daar wees, en rdquo het sy bygevoeg vir ekstra gerusstelling.

Op Twitter stel sy voor dat dit rassisties sou wees om nie die parade van Chinatown by te woon nie.

Terwyl ons gereed is om die #LunarNewYear in NYC te vier, wil ek New Yorkers verseker dat daar geen rede is dat iemand hul vakansieplanne moet verander, die metro of sekere dele van die stad moet vermy as gevolg van #coronavirus nie, en sy het getwiet. Ek wil duidelik wees: dit gaan oor 'n virus, nie 'n groep mense nie. Daar is GEEN verskoning vir iemand om mense van Asiatiese erfenis te diskrimineer of stigmatiseer nie. Ons is vandag hier om alle New Yorkers aan te spoor om soos gewoonlik voort te gaan. & Rdquo

Op 7 Februarie het Barbot dieselfde slegte advies aan New Yorker en rsquos aangebied en aan NY1 gesê: Die belangrikste ding wat New Yorkers moet weet, is dat hul risiko tans laag is in die stad en dat ons paraatheid groot is. En ons weet dus dat hierdie virus van een individu na 'n ander oorgedra kan word, maar dat dit gewoonlik mense is wat saam woon. Dat daar geen risiko's is op hierdie tydstip nie, en dat ons altyd meer leer oor hoe dit in toevallige kontak oorgedra kan word, nie waar nie? & Rdquo

So ons sê vir New Yorkers: gaan oor u lewe, neem die metro, gaan uit, geniet die lewe, maar oefen daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls, en sy het gesê.

Omtrent hierdie tyd was die media grootliks toegespits op president Trump en die onlangse verbod op reis van China na die Verenigde State van Amerika. New York City & rsquos Chinatown -parade word uitgebeeld as 'n daad van verset teen wat beskryf word as 'n bevooroordeelde beleid. Amerikaners wat begin het met kwososiale distansie en rdquo, is in sommige gevalle as rassisties bestempel.

Op die dag waarop die reisverbod aangekondig is, het Joe Biden gesê: & ldquoDie Amerikaanse mense moet 'n president hê wat hulle kan vertrou op wat hy daaroor sê, dat hy rasioneel daaroor gaan optree. In sulke oomblikke is dit waar die geloofwaardigheid van die president die nodigste is, aangesien hy verduidelik wat ons moet en nie moet doen nie. Dit is nie tyd vir Donald Trump & rsquos-rekord van histerie-xenofobie en mdash-histeriese xenofobie en angsbekamping nie. & Rdquo

Toe Amerikaners begin oefen en kwososiale distansieer het, het Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) Hulle van rassisme beskuldig.

Eerlikwaar, dit klink amper so dom om te sê, maar daar is baie restaurante wat die pyn van rassisme voel, waar mense letterlik nie Chinese restaurante beskerm nie, maar dat hulle nie asiatiese restaurante beskerm nie omdat hulle rassisme reguit is. rondom die Coronavirus, en rdquo het sy op Instagram Live gesê.

Haar Demokratiese kollega, verteenwoordiger Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) Het Amerikaners ook daarvan beskuldig dat hulle 'n kworasist is 'omdat hulle geoefen het wat nou algemeen aanvaar word as die beste praktyke om verspreiding van Coronavirus te voorkom.

Weet u, sedert die begin van die COVID-19-uitbraak, het ons nie net die verspreiding van die virus gesien nie, maar ook 'n vinnige verspreiding van rassisme en vreemdelingehaat, het die wetgewer gesê tydens 'n kongres-toesigverhoor. Ons het dit op die hoogste vlakke beleef en in werklikheid het die Republikeinse Party hierdie vlamme onverantwoordelik laat waai. Een kollega het getwiet dat alles wat u moet weet oor die Chinese koronavirus. My distrik is die tuiste van byna 32 persent in die buiteland gebore inwoners, met meer as 'n kwart wat uit Asië immigreer. Hierdie pynlike retoriek het gevolge. Restaurante in Boston en rsquos Chinatown het tot 80% gedaal. En ek glo dat dit alles te doen het met die vinnige verspreiding van verkeerde inligting en paranoia. & Rdquo

Amerikaners en Trump is eweneens in die media aangeval. Op CNN het die bydraer Jeff Yang gesê dat Amerikaners rassisties is omdat hulle skares vermy het, veral nies en hoes.

En baie Asiatiese Amerikaners en Asiërs in ander lande wat dit ervaar, dink ek, jy kan 'n metafories koue skouer sê as jy in die openbaar wil wees en bloot Chinees in 'n oorvol ruimte is, en Rdquo Yang het gesê. Dit is iets wat veroorsaak dat mense skei soos die rooi see, waag om te hoes of te nies, daartoe lei dat mense eintlik van u af wegskram. Daar is 'n gevoel dat mense baie daaroor voel en 'n soort rasprofiel voorkom, bloot omdat die siekte tot dusver hoofsaaklik beperk is in terme van sterftes. & Rdquo

Yang het Amerikaners ook aangeval omdat hulle die verspreiding van die Coronavirus verbind het met Chinese eetgewoontes, selfs omdat wetenskaplikes en die kommunistiese regering van China saamstem dat die virus teruggevoer kan word na markte waar wilde diere vir menslike gebruik verkoop word. & ldquo Dit is net verby die uiterste en word nie deur wetenskaplike gegewens gehou nie, & rdquo Yang gesê.

TV -praatkoppe beweer ook dat Trump en rsquos Chinese reisverbod teenstrydig is met die wetenskap. Die stigtingsdekaan van die National School of Tropical Medicine en die gereelde MSNBC -gas, Peter Hotez, het gesê: 'n Historiese reisverbod is geneig om nie baie goed te werk nie; dit is geneig om teenproduktief te wees. & Rdquo

Verwante Supercut: Trump, Amerikaners genoem & lsquoRacist & rsquo vir die beskerming van hulself teen Coronavirus & mdash


Terugflits: 'Gesondheidskommissaris' in NYC het New Yorkers aangemoedig om op openbare plekke bymekaar te kom

New York City & rsquos se kommissaris vir gesondheid, oënskynlik verantwoordelik vir die advies van New Yorkers oor die beste gesondheidspraktyke, word onder skoot gelê vir die rol wat sy moontlik gespeel het in die stad, wat die grootste Coronavirus -groep in Amerika geword het.

Die afgelope twee maande het Oxiris Barbot, die kommissaris vir gesondheid in die stad, gesê dat openbare vervoer en uitgaan in die openbaar, insluitend die bywoning van die Chinese maan-nuwejaarparade in Chinatown, nie net verantwoordelike gedrag was nie, maar dat dit ook sou help om anti-Asiatiese nederlaag te verslaan vooroordele.

& ldquo Ons moedig New Yorkers aan om hul daaglikse lewens aan te gaan en stel voor dat ons daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls tref wat ons gedurende die griepseisoen moet doen, & rdquo Barbot het op 26 Januarie gesê. Sy het selfs bygevoeg dat diegene wat onlangs uit Wuhan gereis het, nie aangespoor is om self-kwarantyn te plaas of groot openbare byeenkomste te vermy nie. & Rdquo

Op 2 Februarie het sy dieselfde gebrek aan omsigtigheid aangemoedig: die risiko vir New Yorkers vir die koronavirus is laag en ons paraatheid as 'n stad is baie hoog. Daar is geen rede om nie die metro te neem nie, nie die bus te neem nie, nie na u gunsteling restaurant te gaan nie, en beslis nie die parade volgende Sondag te mis nie. & Rdquo

& rdquo Ek & rsquom gaan daar wees, & rdquo het sy bygevoeg vir ekstra gerusstelling.

Op Twitter stel sy voor dat dit rassisties sou wees om nie die parade van Chinatown by te woon nie.

Terwyl ons gereed is om die #LunarNewYear in NYC te vier, wil ek New Yorkers verseker dat daar geen rede is dat iemand hul vakansieplanne moet verander, die metro of sekere dele van die stad moet vermy as gevolg van #coronavirus nie, en sy het getwiet. Ek wil duidelik wees: dit gaan oor 'n virus, nie 'n groep mense nie. Daar is GEEN verskoning vir iemand om mense van Asiatiese erfenis te diskrimineer of stigmatiseer nie. Ons is vandag hier om alle New Yorkers aan te spoor om soos gewoonlik voort te gaan. & Rdquo

Op 7 Februarie het Barbot dieselfde slegte advies aan New Yorker en rsquos aangebied en aan NY1 gesê: Die belangrikste ding wat New Yorkers moet weet, is dat hul risiko tans laag is in die stad en dat ons paraatheid groot is. En dus weet ons dat hierdie virus van een individu na 'n ander oorgedra kan word, maar dat dit gewoonlik mense is wat saam woon. Dat daar geen risiko's is op hierdie tydstip nie, en dat ons altyd meer leer oor hoe dit in toevallige kontak oorgedra kan word, nie waar nie? & Rdquo

So ons sê vir New Yorkers: gaan oor u lewe, neem die metro, gaan uit, geniet die lewe, maar oefen daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls, en sy het gesê.

Omtrent hierdie tyd was die media grootliks gefokus op president Trump en die onlangse verbod op reis van China na die Verenigde State van Amerika. New York City & rsquos Chinatown -parade word uitgebeeld as 'n daad van verset teen wat beskryf word as 'n bevooroordeelde beleid. Amerikaners wat begin het met kwososiale distansie en rdquo, is in sommige gevalle as rassisties bestempel.

Op die dag dat die reisverbod aangekondig is, het Joe Biden gesê: & ldquoDie Amerikaanse mense moet 'n president hê wat hulle kan vertrou op wat hy daaroor sê, dat hy rasioneel daaroor gaan optree. In sulke oomblikke is dit waar die geloofwaardigheid van die president die nodigste is, aangesien hy verduidelik wat ons moet en nie moet doen nie. Dit is nie tyd vir Donald Trump & rsquos-rekord van histerie-xenofobie en mdash-histeriese xenofobie en angsbekamping nie. & Rdquo

Toe Amerikaners begin oefen en kwososiale distansieer het, het Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) Hulle van rassisme beskuldig.

Eerlikwaar, dit klink amper so dom om te sê, maar daar is baie restaurante wat die pyn van rassisme voel, waar mense letterlik nie Chinese restaurante beskerm nie, maar dat hulle nie asiatiese restaurante beskerm nie omdat hulle rassisme reguit is. rondom die Coronavirus, en rdquo het sy op Instagram Live gesê.

Haar Demokratiese kollega, verteenwoordiger Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) Het Amerikaners ook daarvan beskuldig dat hulle 'n kworasist is 'omdat hulle geoefen het wat algemeen aanvaar word as die beste praktyke om verspreiding van Coronavirus te voorkom.

Weet u, sedert die begin van die COVID-19-uitbraak, het ons nie net die verspreiding van die virus gesien nie, maar ook 'n vinnige verspreiding van rassisme en vreemdelingehaat, het die wetgewer gesê tydens 'n kongres-toesigverhoor. Ons het dit op die hoogste vlakke beleef en in werklikheid het die Republikeinse Party hierdie vlamme onverantwoordelik laat waai. Een kollega het getweet dat alles wat u moet weet oor die Chinese koronavirus. In my distrik woon bykans 32 persent inwoners wat in die buiteland gebore is, met meer as 'n kwart wat uit Asië immigreer. Hierdie pynlike retoriek het gevolge. Restaurante in Boston en rsquos Chinatown het 'n daling van 80% in die sakewêreld gehad. En ek glo dat dit alles te doen het met die vinnige verspreiding van verkeerde inligting en paranoia. & Rdquo

Amerikaners en Trump is eweneens in die media aangeval. Op CNN het die bydraer Jeff Yang gesê dat Amerikaners rassisties is omdat hulle skares vermy het, veral nies en hoes.

Baie Asiatiese Amerikaners en Asiërs in ander lande, wat dit ervaar, dink ek, jy kan 'n metafories koue skouer sê as dit in die openbaar is en bloot Chinese, in 'n oorvol ruimte, en rdquo Yang gesê. Dit is iets wat veroorsaak dat mense skei soos die rooi see, waag om te hoes of te nies, daartoe lei dat mense eintlik van u af wegskram. Daar is 'n gevoel dat mense baie daaroor voel en 'n soort rasprofiel voorkom, bloot omdat die siekte tot dusver hoofsaaklik beperk is in terme van sterftes. & Rdquo

Yang het Amerikaners ook aangeval omdat hulle die verspreiding van die Coronavirus verbind het met Chinese eetgewoontes, selfs omdat wetenskaplikes en die kommunistiese regering van China saamstem dat die virus teruggevoer kan word na markte waar wilde diere vir menslike gebruik verkoop word. & ldquo Dit is eenvoudig net buite die uiterste en word nie deur wetenskaplike gegewens gehou nie, & rdquo Yang gesê.

TV -praatkoppe beweer ook dat Trump en rsquos Chinese reisverbod teenstrydig is met die wetenskap. Die stigtingsdekaan van die National School of Tropical Medicine en die gereelde MSNBC -gas, Peter Hotez, het gesê: 'n Historiese reisverbod is geneig om nie baie goed te werk nie; dit is geneig om teenproduktief te wees. & Rdquo

Verwante Supercut: Trump, Amerikaners genoem & lsquoRacist & rsquo vir die beskerming van hulself teen Coronavirus & mdash


Terugflits: 'Gesondheidskommissaris' in NYC het New Yorkers aangemoedig om op openbare plekke bymekaar te kom

New York City & rsquos se kommissaris vir gesondheid, oënskynlik verantwoordelik vir die advies van New Yorkers oor die beste gesondheidspraktyke, word onder skoot gelê vir die rol wat sy moontlik gespeel het in die stad, wat Amerika se grootste Coronavirus -groep geword het.

Die afgelope twee maande het Oxiris Barbot, die kommissaris vir gesondheid in die stad, gesê dat openbare vervoer en uitgaan in die openbaar, insluitend die bywoning van die Chinese maan-nuwejaarparade in Chinatown, nie net verantwoordelike gedrag was nie, maar dat dit ook sou help om anti-Asiatiese nederlaag te verslaan vooroordele.

& ldquo Ons moedig New Yorkers aan om hul daaglikse lewens aan te gaan en stel voor dat ons daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls tref wat ons gedurende die griepseisoen moet doen, & rdquo Barbot het op 26 Januarie gesê. Sy het selfs bygevoeg dat diegene wat onlangs uit Wuhan gereis het, nie aangespoor word om self-kwarantyn te plaas of groot openbare byeenkomste te vermy nie. & Rdquo

Op 2 Februarie het sy dieselfde gebrek aan omsigtigheid aangemoedig: die risiko vir New Yorkers vir die koronavirus is laag en ons paraatheid as 'n stad is baie hoog. Daar is geen rede om nie die metro te neem nie, nie die bus te neem nie, nie na u gunsteling restaurant te gaan nie, en beslis nie die parade volgende Sondag te mis nie. & Rdquo

& rdquo Ek & rsquom gaan daar wees, en rdquo het sy bygevoeg vir ekstra gerusstelling.

Op Twitter stel sy voor dat dit rassisties sou wees om nie die parade van Chinatown by te woon nie.

Terwyl ons gereed is om die #LunarNewYear in NYC te vier, wil ek New Yorkers verseker dat daar geen rede is vir iemand om hul vakansieplanne te verander, die metro of sekere dele van die stad te vermy as gevolg van #coronavirus nie, en rdquo het sy getwiet. Ek wil duidelik wees: dit gaan oor 'n virus, nie 'n groep mense nie. Daar is GEEN verskoning vir iemand om mense van Asiatiese erfenis te diskrimineer of stigmatiseer nie. Ons is vandag hier om alle New Yorkers aan te spoor om soos gewoonlik voort te gaan. & Rdquo

Op 7 Februarie het Barbot dieselfde slegte advies aan New Yorker en rsquos aangebied en aan NY1 gesê: Die belangrikste ding wat New Yorkers moet weet, is dat hul risiko tans laag is in die stad en dat ons paraatheid groot is. En ons weet dus dat hierdie virus van een individu na 'n ander oorgedra kan word, maar dat dit gewoonlik mense is wat saam woon. Dat daar geen risiko's op hierdie tydstip is nie en dat ons altyd meer leer en weet dat dit in toevallige kontak oorgedra word, nie waar nie? & Rdquo

So ons vertel New Yorkers: gaan oor u lewe, neem die metro, gaan uit, geniet die lewe, maar oefen daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls, en sy het gesê.

Omtrent hierdie tyd was die media grootliks gefokus op president Trump en die onlangse verbod op reis van China na die Verenigde State van Amerika. New York City & rsquos Chinatown -parade word uitgebeeld as 'n daad van verset teen wat beskryf word as 'n bevooroordeelde beleid. Amerikaners wat begin het met kwososiale distansie en rdquo, is in sommige gevalle as rassisties bestempel.

Op die dag dat die reisverbod aangekondig is, het Joe Biden gesê: & ldquoDie Amerikaanse mense moet 'n president hê wat hulle kan vertrou op wat hy daaroor sê, dat hy rasioneel daaroor gaan optree. In sulke oomblikke is dit waar die geloofwaardigheid van die president die nodigste is, aangesien hy verduidelik wat ons moet en nie moet doen nie. Dit is nie tyd vir Donald Trump & rsquos-rekord van histerie-xenofobie en mdash-histeriese xenofobie en angsbekamping nie. & Rdquo

Toe Amerikaners begin oefen en kwososiale distansieer het, het Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) Hulle van rassisme beskuldig.

Eerlikwaar, dit klink amper so dom om te sê, maar daar is baie restaurante wat die pyn van rassisme ervaar, waar mense letterlik nie Chinese restaurante beskerm nie, maar dat hulle nie asiatiese restaurante beskerm nie omdat hulle net rassisme het. rondom die Coronavirus, en rdquo het sy op Instagram Live gesê.

Haar Demokratiese kollega, verteenwoordiger Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) Het Amerikaners ook daarvan beskuldig dat hulle 'n kworasist is 'omdat hulle geoefen het wat nou algemeen aanvaar word as die beste praktyke om verspreiding van Coronavirus te voorkom.

Weet u, sedert die begin van die COVID-19-uitbraak, het ons nie net die verspreiding van die virus gesien nie, maar ook 'n vinnige verspreiding van rassisme en vreemdelingehaat, het die wetgewer gesê tydens 'n kongres-toesigverhoor. Ons het dit op die hoogste vlakke beleef en in werklikheid het die Republikeinse Party hierdie vlamme onverantwoordelik laat waai. Een kollega het getweet dat alles wat u moet weet oor die Chinese koronavirus. In my distrik woon bykans 32 persent inwoners wat in die buiteland gebore is, met meer as 'n kwart wat uit Asië immigreer. Hierdie pynlike retoriek het gevolge. Restaurante in Boston en rsquos Chinatown het tot 80% gedaal. En ek glo dat dit alles te doen het met die vinnige verspreiding van verkeerde inligting en paranoia. & Rdquo

Amerikaners en Trump is eweneens in die media aangeval. Op CNN het die bydraer Jeff Yang gesê dat Amerikaners rassisties is omdat hulle skares vermy het, veral nies en hoes.

En baie Asiatiese Amerikaners en Asiërs in ander lande wat dit ervaar, dink ek, jy kan 'n metafories koue skouer sê as jy in die openbaar wil wees en bloot Chinees in 'n oorvol ruimte is, en Rdquo Yang het gesê. Dit is iets wat veroorsaak dat mense skei soos die rooi see, waag om te hoes of nies, daartoe lei dat mense eintlik van u af wegskram. Daar is 'n gevoel dat mense baie daaroor voel en 'n soort rasprofiel voorkom, bloot omdat die siekte tot dusver hoofsaaklik beperk is in terme van sterftes. & Rdquo

Yang het Amerikaners ook aangeval omdat hulle die verspreiding van die Coronavirus verbind het met Chinese eetgewoontes, selfs al is wetenskaplikes en die kommunistiese regering in China dit eens dat die virus herlei kan word na markte waar wilde diere vir menslike gebruik verkoop word. & ldquo Dit is net verby die uiterste en word nie deur wetenskaplike gegewens gehou nie, & rdquo Yang gesê.

TV -praatkoppe beweer ook dat Trump en rsquos Chinese reisverbod teenstrydig is met die wetenskap. Die stigtingsdekaan van die National School of Tropical Medicine en die gereelde MSNBC -gas, Peter Hotez, het gesê: 'n Historiese reisverbod is geneig om nie baie goed te werk nie; dit is geneig om teenproduktief te wees. & Rdquo

Verwante Supercut: Trump, Amerikaners genoem & lsquoRacist & rsquo vir die beskerming van hulself teen Coronavirus & mdash


Terugflits: 'Gesondheidskommissaris' in NYC het New Yorkers aangemoedig om op openbare plekke bymekaar te kom

New York City & rsquos se kommissaris vir gesondheid, oënskynlik verantwoordelik vir die advies van New Yorkers oor die beste gesondheidspraktyke, word onder skoot gelê vir die rol wat sy moontlik gespeel het in die stad, wat Amerika se grootste Coronavirus -groep geword het.

Die afgelope twee maande het Oxiris Barbot, die kommissaris vir gesondheid in die stad, gesê dat openbare vervoer en uitgaan in die openbaar, insluitend die bywoning van die Chinese maan-nuwejaarparade in Chinatown, nie net verantwoordelike gedrag was nie, maar dat dit ook sou help om anti-Asiatiese nederlaag te verslaan vooroordele.

& ldquo Ons moedig New Yorkers aan om hul daaglikse lewens aan te gaan en stel voor dat ons daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls tref wat ons gedurende die griepseisoen moet doen, & rdquo Barbot het op 26 Januarie gesê. Sy het selfs bygevoeg dat diegene wat onlangs uit Wuhan gereis het, nie aangespoor is om self-kwarantyn te plaas of groot openbare byeenkomste te vermy nie. & Rdquo

Op 2 Februarie het sy dieselfde gebrek aan omsigtigheid aangemoedig: die risiko vir New Yorkers vir die koronavirus is laag en ons paraatheid as 'n stad is baie hoog. Daar is geen rede om nie die metro te neem nie, nie die bus te neem nie, nie na u gunsteling restaurant te gaan nie, en beslis nie die parade volgende Sondag te mis nie. & Rdquo

& rdquo Ek & rsquom gaan daar wees, & rdquo het sy bygevoeg vir ekstra gerusstelling.

Op Twitter stel sy voor dat dit rassisties sou wees om nie die parade van Chinatown by te woon nie.

Terwyl ons gereed is om die #LunarNewYear in NYC te vier, wil ek New Yorkers verseker dat daar geen rede is dat iemand hul vakansieplanne moet verander, die metro of sekere dele van die stad moet vermy as gevolg van #coronavirus nie, en sy het getwiet. Ek wil duidelik wees: dit gaan oor 'n virus, nie 'n groep mense nie. Daar is GEEN verskoning vir iemand om mense van Asiatiese erfenis te diskrimineer of stigmatiseer nie. Ons is vandag hier om alle New Yorkers aan te spoor om soos gewoonlik voort te gaan. & Rdquo

Op 7 Februarie het Barbot dieselfde slegte advies aan New Yorker en rsquos aangebied en aan NY1 gesê: Die belangrikste ding wat New Yorkers moet weet, is dat hul risiko tans laag is in die stad en dat ons paraatheid groot is. En ons weet dus dat hierdie virus van een individu na 'n ander oorgedra kan word, maar dat dit gewoonlik mense is wat saam woon. Dat daar geen risiko's is op hierdie tydstip nie, en dat ons altyd meer leer oor hoe dit in toevallige kontak oorgedra kan word, nie waar nie? & Rdquo

So ons vertel New Yorkers: gaan oor u lewe, neem die metro, gaan uit, geniet die lewe, maar oefen daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls, en sy het gesê.

Omtrent hierdie tyd was die media grootliks toegespits op president Trump en die onlangse verbod op reis van China na die Verenigde State van Amerika. New York City & rsquos Chinatown -parade word uitgebeeld as 'n daad van verset teen wat beskryf word as 'n bevooroordeelde beleid. Amerikaners wat begin het met kwososiale distansie en rdquo, is in sommige gevalle as rassisties bestempel.

Op die dag dat die reisverbod aangekondig is, het Joe Biden gesê: & ldquoDie Amerikaanse mense moet 'n president hê wat hulle kan vertrou op wat hy daaroor sê, dat hy rasioneel daaroor gaan optree. In sulke oomblikke is dit waar die geloofwaardigheid van die president die nodigste is, aangesien hy verduidelik wat ons moet en nie moet doen nie. Dit is nie tyd vir Donald Trump & rsquos-rekord van histerie-xenofobie en mdash-histeriese xenofobie en angsbekamping nie. & Rdquo

Toe Amerikaners begin oefen en kwososiale distansieer het, het Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) Hulle van rassisme beskuldig.

Eerlikwaar, dit klink amper so dom om te sê, maar daar is baie restaurante wat die pyn van rassisme voel, waar mense letterlik nie Chinese restaurante beskerm nie, maar dat hulle nie asiatiese restaurante beskerm nie omdat hulle rassisme reguit is. rondom die Coronavirus, en rdquo het sy op Instagram Live gesê.

Haar Demokratiese kollega, verteenwoordiger Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) Het Amerikaners ook daarvan beskuldig dat hulle 'n kworasist is 'omdat hulle geoefen het wat nou algemeen aanvaar word as die beste praktyke om verspreiding van Coronavirus te voorkom.

Weet u, sedert die begin van die COVID-19-uitbraak, het ons nie net die verspreiding van die virus gesien nie, maar ook 'n vinnige verspreiding van rassisme en vreemdelingehaat, het die wetgewer gesê tydens 'n toesighoudende verhoor op die kongres. Ons het dit op die hoogste vlakke beleef en in werklikheid het die Republikeinse Party hierdie vlamme onverantwoordelik laat waai. Een kollega het getweet dat alles wat u moet weet oor die Chinese koronavirus. In my distrik woon bykans 32 persent inwoners wat in die buiteland gebore is, met meer as 'n kwart wat uit Asië immigreer. Hierdie pynlike retoriek het gevolge. Restaurante in Boston en rsquos Chinatown het tot 80% gedaal. En ek glo dat dit alles te doen het met die vinnige verspreiding van verkeerde inligting en paranoia. & Rdquo

Amerikaners en Trump is eweneens in die media aangeval. Op CNN het die bydraer Jeff Yang gesê dat Amerikaners rassisties is omdat hulle skares vermy het, veral nies en hoes.

Baie Asiatiese Amerikaners en Asiërs in ander lande wat dit ervaar, dink ek, jy kan 'n metafories koue skouer sê as dit in die openbaar is en bloot 'n Chinese in 'n oorvol ruimte is, en Rdquo Yang het gesê. Dit is iets wat veroorsaak dat mense skei soos die rooi see, waag om te hoes of te nies, daartoe lei dat mense eintlik van u af wegskram. Daar is 'n gevoel dat mense baie daaroor voel en 'n soort rasprofiel voorkom, bloot omdat die siekte tot dusver hoofsaaklik beperk is in terme van sterftes. & Rdquo

Yang het Amerikaners ook aangeval omdat hulle die verspreiding van die Coronavirus verbind het met Chinese eetgewoontes, selfs al is wetenskaplikes en die kommunistiese regering in China dit eens dat die virus herlei kan word na markte waar wilde diere vir menslike gebruik verkoop word. & ldquo Dit is net verby die uiterste en word nie deur wetenskaplike gegewens gehou nie, & rdquo Yang gesê.

TV -praatkoppe beweer ook dat Trump en rsquos Chinese reisverbod teenstrydig is met die wetenskap. Die stigtingsdekaan van die National School of Tropical Medicine en gereelde MSNBC -gas, Peter Hotez, het gesê: 'n Historiese reisverbod is geneig om nie baie goed te werk nie; dit is geneig om teenproduktief te wees. & Rdquo

Verwante Supercut: Trump, Amerikaners genoem & lsquoRacist & rsquo vir die beskerming van hulself teen Coronavirus & mdash


Terugflits: 'Gesondheidskommissaris' in NYC het New Yorkers aangemoedig om op openbare plekke bymekaar te kom

New York City & rsquos se kommissaris vir gesondheid, oënskynlik verantwoordelik vir die advies van New Yorkers oor die beste gesondheidspraktyke, word onder skoot gelê vir die rol wat sy moontlik gespeel het in die stad, wat die grootste Coronavirus -groep in Amerika geword het.

Die afgelope twee maande het Oxiris Barbot, die kommissaris vir gesondheid in die stad, gesê dat openbare vervoer en uitgaan in die openbaar, insluitend die bywoning van die Chinese maan-nuwejaarsoptog in Chinatown, nie net verantwoordelike gedrag was nie, maar dat dit ook sou help om anti-Asiatiese nederlaag te verslaan vooroordele.

& ldquo Ons moedig New Yorkers aan om hul daaglikse lewens aan te gaan en stel voor dat ons daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls tref wat ons gedurende die griepseisoen moet doen, & rdquo Barbot het op 26 Januarie gesê. Sy het selfs bygevoeg dat diegene wat onlangs uit Wuhan gereis het, nie aangespoor word om self-kwarantyn te plaas of groot openbare byeenkomste te vermy nie. & Rdquo

Op 2 Februarie het sy dieselfde gebrek aan omsigtigheid aangemoedig: die risiko vir New Yorkers vir die koronavirus is laag en ons paraatheid as 'n stad is baie hoog. Daar is geen rede om nie die metro te neem nie, nie die bus te neem nie, nie na u gunsteling restaurant te gaan nie, en beslis nie die parade volgende Sondag te mis nie. & Rdquo

& rdquo Ek & rsquom gaan daar wees, & rdquo het sy bygevoeg vir ekstra gerusstelling.

Op Twitter stel sy voor dat dit rassisties sou wees om nie die parade van Chinatown by te woon nie.

Terwyl ons gereed is om die #LunarNewYear in NYC te vier, wil ek New Yorkers verseker dat daar geen rede is dat iemand hul vakansieplanne moet verander, die metro of sekere dele van die stad moet vermy as gevolg van #coronavirus nie, en sy het getwiet. Ek wil duidelik wees: dit gaan oor 'n virus, nie 'n groep mense nie. Daar is GEEN verskoning vir iemand om mense van Asiatiese erfenis te diskrimineer of stigmatiseer nie. Ons is vandag hier om alle New Yorkers aan te spoor om soos gewoonlik voort te gaan. & Rdquo

Op 7 Februarie het Barbot New Yorker & rsquos dieselfde slegte advies aangebied en aan NY1 gesê: & ldquo Die belangrikste ding wat New Yorkers moet weet, is dat hul risiko tans laag is in die stad en dat ons paraatheid groot is. En ons weet dus dat hierdie virus van een individu na 'n ander oorgedra kan word, maar dat dit gewoonlik mense is wat saam woon. Dat daar geen risiko's is op hierdie tydstip nie, en dat ons altyd meer leer oor hoe dit in toevallige kontak oorgedra kan word, nie waar nie? & Rdquo

So ons vertel New Yorkers: gaan oor u lewe, neem die metro, gaan uit, geniet die lewe, maar oefen daaglikse voorsorgmaatreëls, en sy het gesê.

Omtrent hierdie tyd was die media grootliks toegespits op president Trump en die onlangse verbod op reis van China na die Verenigde State van Amerika. New York City&rsquos Chinatown parade was being portrayed as an act of defiance against what was described as a prejudiced policy. Americans who began &ldquosocial distancing&rdquo were in some cases labeled racist.

On the day the travel ban was announced, Joe Biden said: &ldquoThe American people need to have a president who they can trust what he says about it, that he is going to act rationally about it. In moments like this, this is where the credibility of the president is most needed as he explains what we should and should not do. This is no time for Donald Trump&rsquos record of hysteria xenophobia &mdash hysterical xenophobia and fear-mongering.&rdquo

When Americans began practicing &ldquosocial distancing,&rdquo Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) accused them of racism.

&ldquoHonestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there&rsquos a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism, where people are literally not patroning [sic] Chinese restaurants, they&rsquore not patroning [sic] Asian restaurants because of just straight up racism around the Coronavirus,&rdquo she said on Instagram Live.

Her Democratic colleague, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) likewise accused Americans of being &ldquoracist&rdquo for practicing what are now widely accepted as the best practices to prevent Coronavirus&rsquo spread.

&ldquoYou know, since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we&rsquove seen not only the spreading of the virus but also a rapid spreading of racism and xenophobia,&rdquo the lawmaker said during a congressional oversight hearing. &ldquoWe have witnessed it at the highest levels and, in fact, the Republican Party fanning, irresponsibly, these flames. One colleague tweeted that, &lsquoEverything you need to know about the Chinese Coronavirus.&rsquo My district is home to nearly 32 percent foreign-born residents, with more than a quarter immigrating from Asia. This painful rhetoric has consequences. Restaurants across Boston&rsquos Chinatown have seen up to an 80% drop in business. And I believe this has everything to do with the rapid spread of misinformation and paranoia.&rdquo

Americans, and Trump, were likewise attacked in the media. On CNN, contributor Jeff Yang said Americans were being racist for avoiding crowds and especially those sneezing and coughing.

&ldquoA lot of Asian-Americans and Asians in other countries, who are experiencing I guess you could say a metaphorically cold shoulder when it comes to being in public and simply being, you know, Chinese in a crowded space,&rdquo Yang said. &ldquoIt&rsquos something that causes people to part like the red sea, daring to cough or sneeze causes people to actually shy away from you. There is a sense in which people feel very much like there&rsquos a kind of racial profiling occurring, simply because the disease so is far has been primarily limited in terms of fatalities.&rdquo

Yang additionally attacked Americans for connecting the spread of the Coronavirus to Chinese eating habits, even as scientists and China&rsquos communist government agree that the virus can be traced back to &ldquowet markets&rdquo where wild animals are sold for human consumption. &ldquoIt is simply just beyond extreme and not held up by scientific data,&rdquo Yang said.

TV talking heads also claimed Trump&rsquos Chinese travel ban is oppositional to science. The founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and frequent MSNBC guest, Peter Hotez, said: &ldquoHistorically travel bans tend not to work very well, they tend to be counter productive.&rdquo

Related Supercut: Trump, Americans Called &lsquoRacist&rsquo for Protecting Selves Against Coronavirus &mdash


Flashback: NYC ‘Health Commissioner’ Urged New Yorkers to Gather in Public Places

New York City&rsquos health commissioner, ostensibly responsible for advising New Yorkers on best health practices, is coming under fire for the role she may have played in the city becoming America&rsquos biggest Coronavirus cluster.

Over the last two months, Oxiris Barbot, the city&rsquos health commissioner, said that riding public transit and going out into public &mdash including attending the Chinese Lunar New Year parade in Chinatown, were not just responsible behaviors, but would additionally help defeat anti-Asian prejudices.

&ldquoWe are encouraging New Yorkers to go about their everyday lives and suggest practicing everyday precautions that we do through the flu season,&rdquo Barbot said on January 26 th . She even added that those &ldquowho had recently traveled from Wuhan were not being urged to self-quarantine or avoid large public gatherings.&rdquo

On February 2 nd , she urged the same lack of caution: &ldquoThe risk to New Yorkers for Coronavirus is low, and our preparedness as a city is very high. There is no reason not to take the subway, not to take the bus, not to go out to your favorite restaurant, and certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday.&rdquo

&rdquoI&rsquom going to be there,&rdquo she added for extra reassurance.

On Twitter, she suggested it would be racist not to attend the Chinatown parade.

&ldquoAs we gear up to celebrate the #LunarNewYear in NYC, I want to assure New Yorkers that there is no reason for anyone to change their holiday plans, avoid the subway, or certain parts of the city because of #coronavirus,&rdquo she tweeted. &ldquoI want to be clear, this is about a virus, not a group of people. There is NO excuse for anyone to discriminate or stigmatize people of Asian heritage. We are here today to urge all New Yorkers to continue to live their lives as usual.&rdquo

On February 7 th , Barbot offered New Yorker&rsquos the same bad advice, telling NY1: &ldquoThe important thing for New Yorkers to know is that in the city currently their risk is low and our city preparedness is high. And so we know that this virus can be transmitted from one individual to another, but that it&rsquos typically people who live together. That there&rsquos no risk at this point in time &mdash we&rsquore always learning more &mdash about having it be transmitted in casual contact, right?&rdquo

&ldquoSo we&rsquore telling New Yorkers, go about your lives, take the subway, go out, enjoy life, but practice everyday precautions,&rdquo she said.

Around this time, the media was largely focused on President Trump&rsquos recent ban on travel from China to the United States. New York City&rsquos Chinatown parade was being portrayed as an act of defiance against what was described as a prejudiced policy. Americans who began &ldquosocial distancing&rdquo were in some cases labeled racist.

On the day the travel ban was announced, Joe Biden said: &ldquoThe American people need to have a president who they can trust what he says about it, that he is going to act rationally about it. In moments like this, this is where the credibility of the president is most needed as he explains what we should and should not do. This is no time for Donald Trump&rsquos record of hysteria xenophobia &mdash hysterical xenophobia and fear-mongering.&rdquo

When Americans began practicing &ldquosocial distancing,&rdquo Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) accused them of racism.

&ldquoHonestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there&rsquos a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism, where people are literally not patroning [sic] Chinese restaurants, they&rsquore not patroning [sic] Asian restaurants because of just straight up racism around the Coronavirus,&rdquo she said on Instagram Live.

Her Democratic colleague, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) likewise accused Americans of being &ldquoracist&rdquo for practicing what are now widely accepted as the best practices to prevent Coronavirus&rsquo spread.

&ldquoYou know, since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we&rsquove seen not only the spreading of the virus but also a rapid spreading of racism and xenophobia,&rdquo the lawmaker said during a congressional oversight hearing. &ldquoWe have witnessed it at the highest levels and, in fact, the Republican Party fanning, irresponsibly, these flames. One colleague tweeted that, &lsquoEverything you need to know about the Chinese Coronavirus.&rsquo My district is home to nearly 32 percent foreign-born residents, with more than a quarter immigrating from Asia. This painful rhetoric has consequences. Restaurants across Boston&rsquos Chinatown have seen up to an 80% drop in business. And I believe this has everything to do with the rapid spread of misinformation and paranoia.&rdquo

Americans, and Trump, were likewise attacked in the media. On CNN, contributor Jeff Yang said Americans were being racist for avoiding crowds and especially those sneezing and coughing.

&ldquoA lot of Asian-Americans and Asians in other countries, who are experiencing I guess you could say a metaphorically cold shoulder when it comes to being in public and simply being, you know, Chinese in a crowded space,&rdquo Yang said. &ldquoIt&rsquos something that causes people to part like the red sea, daring to cough or sneeze causes people to actually shy away from you. There is a sense in which people feel very much like there&rsquos a kind of racial profiling occurring, simply because the disease so is far has been primarily limited in terms of fatalities.&rdquo

Yang additionally attacked Americans for connecting the spread of the Coronavirus to Chinese eating habits, even as scientists and China&rsquos communist government agree that the virus can be traced back to &ldquowet markets&rdquo where wild animals are sold for human consumption. &ldquoIt is simply just beyond extreme and not held up by scientific data,&rdquo Yang said.

TV talking heads also claimed Trump&rsquos Chinese travel ban is oppositional to science. The founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and frequent MSNBC guest, Peter Hotez, said: &ldquoHistorically travel bans tend not to work very well, they tend to be counter productive.&rdquo

Related Supercut: Trump, Americans Called &lsquoRacist&rsquo for Protecting Selves Against Coronavirus &mdash


Flashback: NYC ‘Health Commissioner’ Urged New Yorkers to Gather in Public Places

New York City&rsquos health commissioner, ostensibly responsible for advising New Yorkers on best health practices, is coming under fire for the role she may have played in the city becoming America&rsquos biggest Coronavirus cluster.

Over the last two months, Oxiris Barbot, the city&rsquos health commissioner, said that riding public transit and going out into public &mdash including attending the Chinese Lunar New Year parade in Chinatown, were not just responsible behaviors, but would additionally help defeat anti-Asian prejudices.

&ldquoWe are encouraging New Yorkers to go about their everyday lives and suggest practicing everyday precautions that we do through the flu season,&rdquo Barbot said on January 26 th . She even added that those &ldquowho had recently traveled from Wuhan were not being urged to self-quarantine or avoid large public gatherings.&rdquo

On February 2 nd , she urged the same lack of caution: &ldquoThe risk to New Yorkers for Coronavirus is low, and our preparedness as a city is very high. There is no reason not to take the subway, not to take the bus, not to go out to your favorite restaurant, and certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday.&rdquo

&rdquoI&rsquom going to be there,&rdquo she added for extra reassurance.

On Twitter, she suggested it would be racist not to attend the Chinatown parade.

&ldquoAs we gear up to celebrate the #LunarNewYear in NYC, I want to assure New Yorkers that there is no reason for anyone to change their holiday plans, avoid the subway, or certain parts of the city because of #coronavirus,&rdquo she tweeted. &ldquoI want to be clear, this is about a virus, not a group of people. There is NO excuse for anyone to discriminate or stigmatize people of Asian heritage. We are here today to urge all New Yorkers to continue to live their lives as usual.&rdquo

On February 7 th , Barbot offered New Yorker&rsquos the same bad advice, telling NY1: &ldquoThe important thing for New Yorkers to know is that in the city currently their risk is low and our city preparedness is high. And so we know that this virus can be transmitted from one individual to another, but that it&rsquos typically people who live together. That there&rsquos no risk at this point in time &mdash we&rsquore always learning more &mdash about having it be transmitted in casual contact, right?&rdquo

&ldquoSo we&rsquore telling New Yorkers, go about your lives, take the subway, go out, enjoy life, but practice everyday precautions,&rdquo she said.

Around this time, the media was largely focused on President Trump&rsquos recent ban on travel from China to the United States. New York City&rsquos Chinatown parade was being portrayed as an act of defiance against what was described as a prejudiced policy. Americans who began &ldquosocial distancing&rdquo were in some cases labeled racist.

On the day the travel ban was announced, Joe Biden said: &ldquoThe American people need to have a president who they can trust what he says about it, that he is going to act rationally about it. In moments like this, this is where the credibility of the president is most needed as he explains what we should and should not do. This is no time for Donald Trump&rsquos record of hysteria xenophobia &mdash hysterical xenophobia and fear-mongering.&rdquo

When Americans began practicing &ldquosocial distancing,&rdquo Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) accused them of racism.

&ldquoHonestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there&rsquos a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism, where people are literally not patroning [sic] Chinese restaurants, they&rsquore not patroning [sic] Asian restaurants because of just straight up racism around the Coronavirus,&rdquo she said on Instagram Live.

Her Democratic colleague, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) likewise accused Americans of being &ldquoracist&rdquo for practicing what are now widely accepted as the best practices to prevent Coronavirus&rsquo spread.

&ldquoYou know, since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we&rsquove seen not only the spreading of the virus but also a rapid spreading of racism and xenophobia,&rdquo the lawmaker said during a congressional oversight hearing. &ldquoWe have witnessed it at the highest levels and, in fact, the Republican Party fanning, irresponsibly, these flames. One colleague tweeted that, &lsquoEverything you need to know about the Chinese Coronavirus.&rsquo My district is home to nearly 32 percent foreign-born residents, with more than a quarter immigrating from Asia. This painful rhetoric has consequences. Restaurants across Boston&rsquos Chinatown have seen up to an 80% drop in business. And I believe this has everything to do with the rapid spread of misinformation and paranoia.&rdquo

Americans, and Trump, were likewise attacked in the media. On CNN, contributor Jeff Yang said Americans were being racist for avoiding crowds and especially those sneezing and coughing.

&ldquoA lot of Asian-Americans and Asians in other countries, who are experiencing I guess you could say a metaphorically cold shoulder when it comes to being in public and simply being, you know, Chinese in a crowded space,&rdquo Yang said. &ldquoIt&rsquos something that causes people to part like the red sea, daring to cough or sneeze causes people to actually shy away from you. There is a sense in which people feel very much like there&rsquos a kind of racial profiling occurring, simply because the disease so is far has been primarily limited in terms of fatalities.&rdquo

Yang additionally attacked Americans for connecting the spread of the Coronavirus to Chinese eating habits, even as scientists and China&rsquos communist government agree that the virus can be traced back to &ldquowet markets&rdquo where wild animals are sold for human consumption. &ldquoIt is simply just beyond extreme and not held up by scientific data,&rdquo Yang said.

TV talking heads also claimed Trump&rsquos Chinese travel ban is oppositional to science. The founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and frequent MSNBC guest, Peter Hotez, said: &ldquoHistorically travel bans tend not to work very well, they tend to be counter productive.&rdquo

Related Supercut: Trump, Americans Called &lsquoRacist&rsquo for Protecting Selves Against Coronavirus &mdash


Flashback: NYC ‘Health Commissioner’ Urged New Yorkers to Gather in Public Places

New York City&rsquos health commissioner, ostensibly responsible for advising New Yorkers on best health practices, is coming under fire for the role she may have played in the city becoming America&rsquos biggest Coronavirus cluster.

Over the last two months, Oxiris Barbot, the city&rsquos health commissioner, said that riding public transit and going out into public &mdash including attending the Chinese Lunar New Year parade in Chinatown, were not just responsible behaviors, but would additionally help defeat anti-Asian prejudices.

&ldquoWe are encouraging New Yorkers to go about their everyday lives and suggest practicing everyday precautions that we do through the flu season,&rdquo Barbot said on January 26 th . She even added that those &ldquowho had recently traveled from Wuhan were not being urged to self-quarantine or avoid large public gatherings.&rdquo

On February 2 nd , she urged the same lack of caution: &ldquoThe risk to New Yorkers for Coronavirus is low, and our preparedness as a city is very high. There is no reason not to take the subway, not to take the bus, not to go out to your favorite restaurant, and certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday.&rdquo

&rdquoI&rsquom going to be there,&rdquo she added for extra reassurance.

On Twitter, she suggested it would be racist not to attend the Chinatown parade.

&ldquoAs we gear up to celebrate the #LunarNewYear in NYC, I want to assure New Yorkers that there is no reason for anyone to change their holiday plans, avoid the subway, or certain parts of the city because of #coronavirus,&rdquo she tweeted. &ldquoI want to be clear, this is about a virus, not a group of people. There is NO excuse for anyone to discriminate or stigmatize people of Asian heritage. We are here today to urge all New Yorkers to continue to live their lives as usual.&rdquo

On February 7 th , Barbot offered New Yorker&rsquos the same bad advice, telling NY1: &ldquoThe important thing for New Yorkers to know is that in the city currently their risk is low and our city preparedness is high. And so we know that this virus can be transmitted from one individual to another, but that it&rsquos typically people who live together. That there&rsquos no risk at this point in time &mdash we&rsquore always learning more &mdash about having it be transmitted in casual contact, right?&rdquo

&ldquoSo we&rsquore telling New Yorkers, go about your lives, take the subway, go out, enjoy life, but practice everyday precautions,&rdquo she said.

Around this time, the media was largely focused on President Trump&rsquos recent ban on travel from China to the United States. New York City&rsquos Chinatown parade was being portrayed as an act of defiance against what was described as a prejudiced policy. Americans who began &ldquosocial distancing&rdquo were in some cases labeled racist.

On the day the travel ban was announced, Joe Biden said: &ldquoThe American people need to have a president who they can trust what he says about it, that he is going to act rationally about it. In moments like this, this is where the credibility of the president is most needed as he explains what we should and should not do. This is no time for Donald Trump&rsquos record of hysteria xenophobia &mdash hysterical xenophobia and fear-mongering.&rdquo

When Americans began practicing &ldquosocial distancing,&rdquo Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) accused them of racism.

&ldquoHonestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there&rsquos a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism, where people are literally not patroning [sic] Chinese restaurants, they&rsquore not patroning [sic] Asian restaurants because of just straight up racism around the Coronavirus,&rdquo she said on Instagram Live.

Her Democratic colleague, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) likewise accused Americans of being &ldquoracist&rdquo for practicing what are now widely accepted as the best practices to prevent Coronavirus&rsquo spread.

&ldquoYou know, since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we&rsquove seen not only the spreading of the virus but also a rapid spreading of racism and xenophobia,&rdquo the lawmaker said during a congressional oversight hearing. &ldquoWe have witnessed it at the highest levels and, in fact, the Republican Party fanning, irresponsibly, these flames. One colleague tweeted that, &lsquoEverything you need to know about the Chinese Coronavirus.&rsquo My district is home to nearly 32 percent foreign-born residents, with more than a quarter immigrating from Asia. This painful rhetoric has consequences. Restaurants across Boston&rsquos Chinatown have seen up to an 80% drop in business. And I believe this has everything to do with the rapid spread of misinformation and paranoia.&rdquo

Americans, and Trump, were likewise attacked in the media. On CNN, contributor Jeff Yang said Americans were being racist for avoiding crowds and especially those sneezing and coughing.

&ldquoA lot of Asian-Americans and Asians in other countries, who are experiencing I guess you could say a metaphorically cold shoulder when it comes to being in public and simply being, you know, Chinese in a crowded space,&rdquo Yang said. &ldquoIt&rsquos something that causes people to part like the red sea, daring to cough or sneeze causes people to actually shy away from you. There is a sense in which people feel very much like there&rsquos a kind of racial profiling occurring, simply because the disease so is far has been primarily limited in terms of fatalities.&rdquo

Yang additionally attacked Americans for connecting the spread of the Coronavirus to Chinese eating habits, even as scientists and China&rsquos communist government agree that the virus can be traced back to &ldquowet markets&rdquo where wild animals are sold for human consumption. &ldquoIt is simply just beyond extreme and not held up by scientific data,&rdquo Yang said.

TV talking heads also claimed Trump&rsquos Chinese travel ban is oppositional to science. The founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and frequent MSNBC guest, Peter Hotez, said: &ldquoHistorically travel bans tend not to work very well, they tend to be counter productive.&rdquo

Related Supercut: Trump, Americans Called &lsquoRacist&rsquo for Protecting Selves Against Coronavirus &mdash


Flashback: NYC ‘Health Commissioner’ Urged New Yorkers to Gather in Public Places

New York City&rsquos health commissioner, ostensibly responsible for advising New Yorkers on best health practices, is coming under fire for the role she may have played in the city becoming America&rsquos biggest Coronavirus cluster.

Over the last two months, Oxiris Barbot, the city&rsquos health commissioner, said that riding public transit and going out into public &mdash including attending the Chinese Lunar New Year parade in Chinatown, were not just responsible behaviors, but would additionally help defeat anti-Asian prejudices.

&ldquoWe are encouraging New Yorkers to go about their everyday lives and suggest practicing everyday precautions that we do through the flu season,&rdquo Barbot said on January 26 th . She even added that those &ldquowho had recently traveled from Wuhan were not being urged to self-quarantine or avoid large public gatherings.&rdquo

On February 2 nd , she urged the same lack of caution: &ldquoThe risk to New Yorkers for Coronavirus is low, and our preparedness as a city is very high. There is no reason not to take the subway, not to take the bus, not to go out to your favorite restaurant, and certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday.&rdquo

&rdquoI&rsquom going to be there,&rdquo she added for extra reassurance.

On Twitter, she suggested it would be racist not to attend the Chinatown parade.

&ldquoAs we gear up to celebrate the #LunarNewYear in NYC, I want to assure New Yorkers that there is no reason for anyone to change their holiday plans, avoid the subway, or certain parts of the city because of #coronavirus,&rdquo she tweeted. &ldquoI want to be clear, this is about a virus, not a group of people. There is NO excuse for anyone to discriminate or stigmatize people of Asian heritage. We are here today to urge all New Yorkers to continue to live their lives as usual.&rdquo

On February 7 th , Barbot offered New Yorker&rsquos the same bad advice, telling NY1: &ldquoThe important thing for New Yorkers to know is that in the city currently their risk is low and our city preparedness is high. And so we know that this virus can be transmitted from one individual to another, but that it&rsquos typically people who live together. That there&rsquos no risk at this point in time &mdash we&rsquore always learning more &mdash about having it be transmitted in casual contact, right?&rdquo

&ldquoSo we&rsquore telling New Yorkers, go about your lives, take the subway, go out, enjoy life, but practice everyday precautions,&rdquo she said.

Around this time, the media was largely focused on President Trump&rsquos recent ban on travel from China to the United States. New York City&rsquos Chinatown parade was being portrayed as an act of defiance against what was described as a prejudiced policy. Americans who began &ldquosocial distancing&rdquo were in some cases labeled racist.

On the day the travel ban was announced, Joe Biden said: &ldquoThe American people need to have a president who they can trust what he says about it, that he is going to act rationally about it. In moments like this, this is where the credibility of the president is most needed as he explains what we should and should not do. This is no time for Donald Trump&rsquos record of hysteria xenophobia &mdash hysterical xenophobia and fear-mongering.&rdquo

When Americans began practicing &ldquosocial distancing,&rdquo Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) accused them of racism.

&ldquoHonestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there&rsquos a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism, where people are literally not patroning [sic] Chinese restaurants, they&rsquore not patroning [sic] Asian restaurants because of just straight up racism around the Coronavirus,&rdquo she said on Instagram Live.

Her Democratic colleague, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) likewise accused Americans of being &ldquoracist&rdquo for practicing what are now widely accepted as the best practices to prevent Coronavirus&rsquo spread.

&ldquoYou know, since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we&rsquove seen not only the spreading of the virus but also a rapid spreading of racism and xenophobia,&rdquo the lawmaker said during a congressional oversight hearing. &ldquoWe have witnessed it at the highest levels and, in fact, the Republican Party fanning, irresponsibly, these flames. One colleague tweeted that, &lsquoEverything you need to know about the Chinese Coronavirus.&rsquo My district is home to nearly 32 percent foreign-born residents, with more than a quarter immigrating from Asia. This painful rhetoric has consequences. Restaurants across Boston&rsquos Chinatown have seen up to an 80% drop in business. And I believe this has everything to do with the rapid spread of misinformation and paranoia.&rdquo

Americans, and Trump, were likewise attacked in the media. On CNN, contributor Jeff Yang said Americans were being racist for avoiding crowds and especially those sneezing and coughing.

&ldquoA lot of Asian-Americans and Asians in other countries, who are experiencing I guess you could say a metaphorically cold shoulder when it comes to being in public and simply being, you know, Chinese in a crowded space,&rdquo Yang said. &ldquoIt&rsquos something that causes people to part like the red sea, daring to cough or sneeze causes people to actually shy away from you. There is a sense in which people feel very much like there&rsquos a kind of racial profiling occurring, simply because the disease so is far has been primarily limited in terms of fatalities.&rdquo

Yang additionally attacked Americans for connecting the spread of the Coronavirus to Chinese eating habits, even as scientists and China&rsquos communist government agree that the virus can be traced back to &ldquowet markets&rdquo where wild animals are sold for human consumption. &ldquoIt is simply just beyond extreme and not held up by scientific data,&rdquo Yang said.

TV talking heads also claimed Trump&rsquos Chinese travel ban is oppositional to science. The founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and frequent MSNBC guest, Peter Hotez, said: &ldquoHistorically travel bans tend not to work very well, they tend to be counter productive.&rdquo

Related Supercut: Trump, Americans Called &lsquoRacist&rsquo for Protecting Selves Against Coronavirus &mdash


Flashback: NYC ‘Health Commissioner’ Urged New Yorkers to Gather in Public Places

New York City&rsquos health commissioner, ostensibly responsible for advising New Yorkers on best health practices, is coming under fire for the role she may have played in the city becoming America&rsquos biggest Coronavirus cluster.

Over the last two months, Oxiris Barbot, the city&rsquos health commissioner, said that riding public transit and going out into public &mdash including attending the Chinese Lunar New Year parade in Chinatown, were not just responsible behaviors, but would additionally help defeat anti-Asian prejudices.

&ldquoWe are encouraging New Yorkers to go about their everyday lives and suggest practicing everyday precautions that we do through the flu season,&rdquo Barbot said on January 26 th . She even added that those &ldquowho had recently traveled from Wuhan were not being urged to self-quarantine or avoid large public gatherings.&rdquo

On February 2 nd , she urged the same lack of caution: &ldquoThe risk to New Yorkers for Coronavirus is low, and our preparedness as a city is very high. There is no reason not to take the subway, not to take the bus, not to go out to your favorite restaurant, and certainly not to miss the parade next Sunday.&rdquo

&rdquoI&rsquom going to be there,&rdquo she added for extra reassurance.

On Twitter, she suggested it would be racist not to attend the Chinatown parade.

&ldquoAs we gear up to celebrate the #LunarNewYear in NYC, I want to assure New Yorkers that there is no reason for anyone to change their holiday plans, avoid the subway, or certain parts of the city because of #coronavirus,&rdquo she tweeted. &ldquoI want to be clear, this is about a virus, not a group of people. There is NO excuse for anyone to discriminate or stigmatize people of Asian heritage. We are here today to urge all New Yorkers to continue to live their lives as usual.&rdquo

On February 7 th , Barbot offered New Yorker&rsquos the same bad advice, telling NY1: &ldquoThe important thing for New Yorkers to know is that in the city currently their risk is low and our city preparedness is high. And so we know that this virus can be transmitted from one individual to another, but that it&rsquos typically people who live together. That there&rsquos no risk at this point in time &mdash we&rsquore always learning more &mdash about having it be transmitted in casual contact, right?&rdquo

&ldquoSo we&rsquore telling New Yorkers, go about your lives, take the subway, go out, enjoy life, but practice everyday precautions,&rdquo she said.

Around this time, the media was largely focused on President Trump&rsquos recent ban on travel from China to the United States. New York City&rsquos Chinatown parade was being portrayed as an act of defiance against what was described as a prejudiced policy. Americans who began &ldquosocial distancing&rdquo were in some cases labeled racist.

On the day the travel ban was announced, Joe Biden said: &ldquoThe American people need to have a president who they can trust what he says about it, that he is going to act rationally about it. In moments like this, this is where the credibility of the president is most needed as he explains what we should and should not do. This is no time for Donald Trump&rsquos record of hysteria xenophobia &mdash hysterical xenophobia and fear-mongering.&rdquo

When Americans began practicing &ldquosocial distancing,&rdquo Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) accused them of racism.

&ldquoHonestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there&rsquos a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism, where people are literally not patroning [sic] Chinese restaurants, they&rsquore not patroning [sic] Asian restaurants because of just straight up racism around the Coronavirus,&rdquo she said on Instagram Live.

Her Democratic colleague, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) likewise accused Americans of being &ldquoracist&rdquo for practicing what are now widely accepted as the best practices to prevent Coronavirus&rsquo spread.

&ldquoYou know, since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we&rsquove seen not only the spreading of the virus but also a rapid spreading of racism and xenophobia,&rdquo the lawmaker said during a congressional oversight hearing. &ldquoWe have witnessed it at the highest levels and, in fact, the Republican Party fanning, irresponsibly, these flames. One colleague tweeted that, &lsquoEverything you need to know about the Chinese Coronavirus.&rsquo My district is home to nearly 32 percent foreign-born residents, with more than a quarter immigrating from Asia. This painful rhetoric has consequences. Restaurants across Boston&rsquos Chinatown have seen up to an 80% drop in business. And I believe this has everything to do with the rapid spread of misinformation and paranoia.&rdquo

Americans, and Trump, were likewise attacked in the media. On CNN, contributor Jeff Yang said Americans were being racist for avoiding crowds and especially those sneezing and coughing.

&ldquoA lot of Asian-Americans and Asians in other countries, who are experiencing I guess you could say a metaphorically cold shoulder when it comes to being in public and simply being, you know, Chinese in a crowded space,&rdquo Yang said. &ldquoIt&rsquos something that causes people to part like the red sea, daring to cough or sneeze causes people to actually shy away from you. There is a sense in which people feel very much like there&rsquos a kind of racial profiling occurring, simply because the disease so is far has been primarily limited in terms of fatalities.&rdquo

Yang additionally attacked Americans for connecting the spread of the Coronavirus to Chinese eating habits, even as scientists and China&rsquos communist government agree that the virus can be traced back to &ldquowet markets&rdquo where wild animals are sold for human consumption. &ldquoIt is simply just beyond extreme and not held up by scientific data,&rdquo Yang said.

TV talking heads also claimed Trump&rsquos Chinese travel ban is oppositional to science. The founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and frequent MSNBC guest, Peter Hotez, said: &ldquoHistorically travel bans tend not to work very well, they tend to be counter productive.&rdquo

Related Supercut: Trump, Americans Called &lsquoRacist&rsquo for Protecting Selves Against Coronavirus &mdash