Coronavirus Chronicle – Week 10 May 25, 2020photographyafrican-american, american flag, birthday, boyfriend, caravan, child, children, distance learning, drive by, fire department, flag, girlfriend, hastings-on-hudson, hoodie, jogger, jogging, mask, memorial day weekend, new york, parade, paramedic, parents, park, runner, school, signs, tattoos, teen, teenager, veterans, world war iiojodeperojo Leave a comment WW II veteran, Jim Pasanello, salutes the passing Hastings Fire Department trucks as they drive by his home. Jim Pasanello waves at this girlfriend Anne Schnibbe. This is the first time Jim and Anne have seen each other since the quarantine began. Anne Schnibbe waves back at her boyfriend Jim Pasanello. Sy Schlachter, a 95 year old WW II veteran, stands and waves outside his home in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Sy Schlacter waves as the Hastings Fire Department parades outside his home in honor of his 95th birthday. Lisa O’Reilly, Recreation Assistant for the village of Hastings-on-Hudson, makes sure the flags are properly placed on the lawn at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Park. Parents and students hold up signs and wave at the passing cars as they participate in the Hastings School District Teacher Parade. A teenager wears a face mask as he waits for the bus in the Greystone neighborhood of Yonkers, NY. A jogger crosses the street in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. A tired paramedic responds to a non-Covid-19 call.