On Wednesday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said that New York’s rate of hospitalization is “headed in the right direction.” Those numbers indicated that the rate of increase, while still rising, has grown at a slower rate than projected. On Sunday, the doubling of hospitalization was expected to occur every two days, but now shows that rate slowing to every 4.7 days. Cuomo called those updated projections, “almost too good to be true,” and did leave open a possibility for inaccuracy as any complex projection can be. “But the arrows are headed in the right direction and that is always better than the arrows heading in the wrong direction,” he said. Read more about this story

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Justin is a designer and photographer. He creates the look of a company – designing logos, posters, color schemes, websites, and marketing materials. Sexy stuff like that. He wrote a book on design called, um, “On Design“. Justin is also a photographer of people, events, architecture, products, food, and cars he can’t afford.