How to protect yourself from the coronavirus
Long Island is one of the few places in the US where people are still able to visit.
The island is still home to some of the country’s oldest restaurants and hotels.
But since coronaviruses are still being spread in the country, some restaurants and bars have closed, leaving many locals to feel the pinch.
Here are some tips to make sure you’re prepared for the new virus.
What to do if you can’t get in: The island has some of New York’s longest and most popular public transportation lines, which can take up to three hours to travel.
But there are some alternatives.
One is to book a car ride, or get a taxi.
This option is popular among tourists and has lower costs and more flexibility.
You can also get a ride from a nearby car rental company.
Get your ride on the New York City Taxi, the longest taxi service in the world.
There’s a $7 per person car fare, $4.50 for the first hour, $5 for the last, and you can cancel your trip if you get sick.
Then you pay $5 to get your car back and pay another $5 per minute.
You’ll get a green light to leave if you’re feeling sick and can’t afford to wait in line.
If you’re lucky, you might be able to get a driver to drive you around.
Or you can pick up the phone and call them.
If not, there are options on Long Island, including the ferry, ferry, and the Island Express bus.
Get more information on the ferry at the ferry website, or visit the ferry office in Hempstead.
If your plan involves taking a ferry, consider the New Bedford Ferry.
The ferry runs on the island, but you need to get off the boat first, and pay the $5 ferry fare.
Once you get on the boat, the ferry is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., from mid-afternoon to early evening, and from 4 p.