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COVID In NYC: Local Dry Ice Companies At The Ready To Make Sure Certain Vaccines Properly DistributedIn the race to stop the spread of COVID-19, Bill Panzella is preparing to jump in.
Will It Ever End? Coronavirus Infection Records Are Being Broken Around The Country, Including In New JerseyInfections in New Jersey soared to a new record Thursday -- 4,913 new positive cases, and 64 deaths reported.
Mayor De Blasio: 1st COVID Vaccines Will Go To High-Risk Hospital Workers, Nursing HomesAssuming the FDA approves the Pfizer vaccine, the mayor said priority will be given to hospital workers along with nursing home patients and staff.
Coronavirus Outbreak: More Than 170 Staffers At 3 New Jersey Hospitals Test PositiveThe very people on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 are being taken down by the virus.
Coronavirus Cleaning: 'Ghostbusters'-Like Electrostatic Disinfection In Homes Is Big Business These DaysThe COVID-19 pandemic has spawned a new business that's booming in our area -- home disinfection services that resemble something out of "Ghostbusters."
Biden Says He Plans To Ask Americans To Wear Masks For His First 100 Days In OfficeBiden has floated the possibility of a nationwide mask mandate in the past but had somewhat scaled back that rhetoric since he doesn't appear to have the authority to authorize such a broad mandate.
Coronavirus Testing: Long Island, New York City Roll Out Additional Rapid Drive- And Walk-Thru SitesThere are six new drive-thru and walk-thru coronavirus rapid testing sites run by ProHEALTH Urgent Care.
Toys For Tots Stepping Up To Help As Need Grows During PandemicNassau Coliseum will soon be transformed from food drives for families to drive through toy pickup for children.

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Biden Plans To Ask Americans To Wear Masks For A While Once He Assumes OfficeShould Donald Trump be at the presidential inauguration in January? On Thursday night, President-elect Joe Biden offered his opinion, and he also revealed what he plans to ask Americans to do on his first day on the job. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Dry Ice Businesses In New York City Ready To Help Vaccine DistributionWith the first of the vaccines expected to arrive in the city in the coming weeks, local businesses are stepping up to help expedite the process. CBS2's Cory James reports.
Coronavirus Concerns Grow In Chatham, N.J. School DistrictResidents are concerned that parents who have family members with COVID-19 are not telling anyone about it and living life as normal. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
Ridding Your Home Of COVID-19 Has Become Big BusinessCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has more on electrostatic disinfection, which when witnessed firsthand may remind you of the movie "Ghostbusters."
CBS2 Visits Northwell Health's PPE WarehouseWith a record number of coronavirus hospitalizations around the country, local hospitals are again gearing up. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has more on how Northwell Health is preparing outside its walls.
Frightening Bronx Bodega Robbery Caught On CameraThere's new information on a frightening bodega robbery in the Bronx. Surveillance video shows the owner and her 5-year-old daughter being terrorized by armed men. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis spoke to the victim on Thursday.