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Gov. Cuomo Urges New Yorkers To Get COVID Vaccine: 'We'll Make It Accessible, But We Need You To Accept It'The governor made a point of urging Black New Yorkers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Polls show Black Americans are among the most reluctant to get the vaccine despite higher COVID-19 death rates than white Americans.
NYPD: Group Assaults Man, Robs Him Of Phone, Clothes In ChinatownPolice say the group stole the victim's phone, along with his pants, underwear and shoes.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Bright Sunshine, Gusty Winds, Downright Cold!Make sure you're bundled up because it's downright brutal this morning! Feeling close to 0 in spots despite clear skies.
'Why Me?': Victim Of Upper West Side Stray Bullet Shooting Speaks Out About Traumatic ExperiencePedro Aguilar will never forget what happened on Dec. 11; he was shot while delivering food to people in need, a day that changed him.
Brooklyn Building Manager Arrested After FDNY Finds Over 900 Propane Cylinders Stacked In WarehouseThe building manager told fire marshals he ordered propane tanks and sold them to another individual who then resold the tanks to restaurants and businesses that need heat for outdoor dining.
Harlem Community Gathers Together To Show Support For Victim Of Brutal Attack Outside Liquor StoreThe victim says she was purchasing a bottle of wine inside a liquor store when a man offered to pay. According to the woman, when she politely declined and walked out after making her purchase, three men chased her across the street, kicked her and one man bit her forehead, injuring her eye.
Health Care Workers Return To Newark Vaccination Center For 2nd Dose As State Grapples With COVID Vaccine ShortageNew Jersey health care workers were grateful to be back for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state and country deal with a shortage.
$1M Mega Millions Tickets Sold In Brooklyn, QueensThe ticket for the $1 billion Mega Millions prize was sold in Michigan, but Friday night's drawing had some smaller prize winners in our area.

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Health Care Workers Return To Newark Vaccination Center For 2nd Dose As State Grapples With COVID Vaccine ShortageNew Jersey health care workers were grateful to be back for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state and country deal with a shortage.
COVID In New Jersey: Careful Planning Has Helped Essex County Vaccination Site Become Highly EfficientEssex County, home to Newark, New Jersey's largest city, has been the hardest hit county by the coronavirus pandemic, with the highest number of positive cases and deaths.
New Jersey Launches State Plan To Address State's Maternal Mortality RateBlack women die at a four times higher rate than white women nationwide. In New Jersey, it's seven times higher.
Patients Caught In Middle As UnitedHealthcare Drops Montefiore Health System Amid Contract NegotiationsUnitedHealthcare and Montefiore were in negotiations for a new contract when the old one expired. United says it offered to extend the current one for five months while they negotiated, but Montefiore said no.
Dr. Max's COVID Vaccine FAQs: Why Not Prioritize Young People Who Spread The Virus? Can A Vaccinated Person Still Spread COVID?Why not vaccinate young people who are out and about, and will the vaccine keep you from transmitting COVID to others? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has those answers.
COVID Vaccine Shortage: NYC Postpones First Dose Appointments Until Next Week, 15 Vaccine Sites Remain ClosedA spokesperson for President Joe Biden says the administration is taking steps to clearly communicate with states on allocation and delivery.