Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Updating: Here's a map of what's open in the East Village
A volunteer effort led by the East Village Community Coalition (EVCC) along with residents Perry Leung and Paul Gale has created an interactive map of what's open in the neighborhood during the COVID-19 crisis. (The site is designed by Zhi He of BetaNYC.)
The map includes telephone numbers, links to delivery and Instagram, and business-specific details (like local discounts and contactless pickup options). There's also information, confirmed via phone, about whether 13-plus supermarkets in the East Village accept SNAP/EBT and have immunocompromised hours/senior discounts.
The rest of the data comes from several EVG posts (like this one and this one) along with fact-checking calls and Instagram research done by the volunteers.
Moving forward, EVIMA will help the group maintain the accuracy of the existing data, and expand the number of businesses included on the map.
If you are a business owner and want to add or edit your information, then please fill out this form here. Find more details at this link.
And now the map...