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 an award-winning designer and photographer. He was the owner and creative director at Future Boy Design, producing work for clients such as National Parks Service, Vintage Cinemas, The Tarrytown Music Hall, and others. His work has appeared in Bloomberg TV, South by Southwest (SXSW), Edible Magazine, Westchester Magazine, Refinery 29, the Art Directors Club, AIGA and more.

Justin is a two-time winner of the International Design Awards, American Photography and Latin America Fotografia. Vice News has called Justin Negard as “one of the best artists working today.”

He is the author of two books, On Design, which discusses principles and the business of design, and Bogotà which is a photographic journey through the Colombian capital.

Additionally, Justin has served as Creative Director at CityMouse Inc., an NYC-based design firm which provides accessible design for people with disabilities, and has been awarded by the City of New York, MIT Media Lab and South By Southwest.

He lives in Katonah with his wonderfully patient wife, son and daughter.