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You Decide with Errol Louis

Apr 22, 2020

As the rate of hospitalizations drops in New York, state officials are looking to restart the economy amid the coronavirus crisis. But what's the best way to do that safely?

Errol spoke about it with Dan Doctoroff, who led the effort to rebuild New York City after the 9/11 terror attacks as deputy mayor of economic development and rebuilding under the Bloomberg administration. With the city losing billions of dollars of revenue and hundreds of thousands of residents out of work, he discussed what should be taken into account as Mayor de Blasio develops a plan to reopen restaurants, small businesses and theaters. He also talked about his current work as the CEO of Sidewalk Labs, which develops technology to aid and innovate urban life.

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