Rogers Healy & Associates Real Estate owner Rogers Healy discusses the latest trend of living in lavish apartments in top hotels and plunging mortgage rates.
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The coronavirus doesn’t discriminate against who it infects, the wealthy just have more resources, and expensive wellness routines, to attempt to fight it.
The wealthy have been chartering private planes to wealthy summer enclaves for quarantine, which has resulted in food shortages for everyday locals and they have ordered at-home ventilators and medical equipment despite scarcities at hospitals. The coronavirus pandemic has shed light on how social and economic status affects how some can survive the virus in the United States, where millions struggle to get access to basic healthcare.
After testing positive for COVID-19, Christina Cuomo, the founder and CEO of wellness publication The Purist, blogged about how she and her husband, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, who is the brother of N.Y.Gov. Andrew Cuomo, have been combating the virus with a vitamin IV drip, bleach baths, saunas and a fridge full of hundreds of dollars in green juice and kombucha.