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Coronavirus Update: NYC COVID-19 Survivor Says Drug Hydroxychloroquine Helped Save His LifeJames Cannizzaro was in the Intensive Care Unit at Brooklyn Methodist Hospital for 17 days.
Coronavirus Update: USNS Comfort Hospital Ship Will Now Accept COVID-19 PatientsThe hospital ship moored in New York Harbor one week ago to help free up beds at hard-hit hospitals, and was thought to be here to treat non-coronavirus patients only.
Coronavirus Update: Rockland County Executive Approves Of Cuomo's Get-Tough Policy On Social DistancingGov. Andrew Cuomo says he wants local governments to crack down on social distancing, and fine those who don't obey the guidelines.
Coronavirus Update: Some NYC Teachers Furious They Have To Work On Passover, Good FridaySome New York City teachers are outraged they have to work on two major religious holidays and some may call in sick.
Coronavirus Update: LIJ Hospital Nurse Shows CBS2 The Medical War: 'It's Like Shooting A BB Gun At A Tank'The number of coronavirus patients on Long Island continues to mount, and it's testing nurses and doctors like never before.
Coronavirus: NY Key Metrics May Be Flattening, But School And Business Closures Extended To April 29Gov. Cuomo has extended the closure of schools and businesses to April 29 under his PAUSE policy to contain the outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: New York City Scrambling To Get Ahold Of More Ventilators And Staff"If we had 20 to 24 ventilators running before, that would be considered a lot. Right now we are operating 50-65 ventilators. And we have not had an increase in staffing," said Daniel Bellevue, a respiratory therapist at Woodhull Hospital.
Coronavirus: Hackensack Meridian Looking For Recovered COVID-19 Survivors To Further Treatments For OthersDoctors say patients who recover have high levels of immunity and their blood contains needed antibodies.

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New York Weather: 4/6 Monday Evening ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn reports. No issues tonight, though we will see a few more clouds. Temperatures will dip to around 50 by daybreak.
Coronavirus Update: More Health Care Workers Speaking Out For Personal Protective EquipmentNurses rallied outside Harlem Hospital on Monday morning demanding greater access to critical equipment including N95 masks. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
Coronavirus: NYC Suspends 'Safe Streets' Road Closure ProgramOfficials have ended the "Safe Streets" pilot program aimed at closing streets across the boroughs due to lack of use and police resources being used to keep them limited to pedestrians. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Tops 15,600 COVID-19 Active CasesAs corornavirus cases continue to grow on Long Island, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran pointed out Monday the number of people released from the hospital was greater than the number of admissions.
Exclusive: Coronavirus Nurse Shares A Look Into Overloaded 'COVID City'CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff shares an exclusive look into how nurses and doctors are handling the overload of COVID-19 patients at Long Island's Jewish Hospital.
Coronavirus Forcing Creative Passover Changes To This Year's CelebrationsFrom virtual seders to scaling down traditional meals for smaller groups, the COVID-19 outbreak is forces a lot of adjustments for Passover this year. CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.

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Coronavirus Update: Gov. Cuomo Expends School, Business Closures To April 29Gov. Andrew Cuomo shared an update on the status of efforts against the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak on Monday, April 6, 2020.
Gov. Cuomo, New York Officials Talk On Rockland County COVID-19 Containment EffortsGov. Andrew Cuomo and Melissa DeRosa, secretary to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, answer questions about COVID-19 coronavirus containment issues in Rockland County on April 4, 2020.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Laura Curran On COVID-19 On Long IslandNassau County Executive Laura Curran gives an update on the coronavirus outbreak on Long Island and her government's efforts to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: NY Gov. Cuomo On China, Oregon VentilatorsChina will be donating 1,000 ventilators due to arrive in New York City on Saturday, supplementing the main U.S. federal support to New York City through the emergency hospital set-up in the Javits Center and three additional field hosptials across the outer boroughs.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Murphy Updates On COVID-19 Measures In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy shares an update on the status of efforts to slow the spread of coronavirus in New Jersey on Friday, April 4, 2020.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Cuomo Updates On COVID-19 In New YorkGov. Andrew Cuomo gives an update on the coronavirus outbreak in New York State on Friday, March 3, 2020.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Murphy Talks On New Executive Orders In New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy issued an executive order on Thursday for New Jersey State Police to commandeer medical equipment needed to treat the coronavirus outbreak.
Gov. Cuomo Gives Daily Coronavirus BriefingGov. Andrew Cuomo says the coronavirus pandemic continues to “march across the state.”
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Journalist Chris Cuomo Share Some Brotherly Love In Daily BriefingGov. Andrew Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefing turned into The Cuomo Brothers show Thursday when he opened a video chat to his brother, CNN journalist Chris Cuomo, who is currently home under quarantine with COVID-19.
Murphy, Menendez Tour Meadowlands Field HospitalGov. Phil Murphy and Sen. Bob Menendez tour a new field hospital at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor De Blasio Talks From USTA Billie Jean King Tennis CenterMayor Bill de Blasio gives an update on New York City's counter-COVID-19 efforts from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, which is being converted to another coronavirus field hospital.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Phil Murphy Updates On NJ COVID-19 EffectsGov. Phil Murphy talks on latest infection and death numbers, water system compliance, social distance restrictions and more to slow the spread of coronavirus.