New York Preparing For Potential Staffing Disruptions As Vaccine Deadline Approaches For Health Care WorkersGov. Kathy Hochul said Thursday she's reaching out to other countries about possible backup.
'I'm Going To Risk It:' CBS2 Finds Many Subway Riders Still Not Wearing Masks As MTA Starts Issuing FinesOne man responded with an obscene hand gesture. Others were camera shy, one after another ducking away.
FDA Approves Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shot, But Confusion Still Reigns Over Who Can Get It And WhenIf even state and federal health officials can't agree on booster guidelines, it's not surprising the rest of us are confused.
New Yorkers Can Enter To Win Free Giants, Jets And Bills Tickets With COVID VaccinePeople who receive a shot between now and October 25 can enter to win.
Judge Lifts Temporary Pause On Vaccine Mandate For NYC Teachers, Who Now Must Be Vaccinated By MondayA separate decision on a state mandate for health care workers has been delayed.
MTA To Start Issuing $50 Fines To Riders Not Wearing MasksFace coverings are required on buses, trains and in enclosed stations under state and federal law.
'I Want A Proper Education': Some NYC Public School Students With Medical Exemptions From In-Person Instruction Feel They're Falling Behind"If we want to keep our son safe, alive and out of a hospital, we have to sacrifice his education," father Andre Huete said.
FDA Authorizes Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots For Seniors, Others At High RiskThe authorization makes the Biden administration's plan to roll out booster shots this week at least partially possible.
New Study Shows COVID Vaccines Are Safe For Pregnant Women, Also Protect Newborns"You could possibly be saving two lives with vaccination," Dr. Jennifer Lighter said.
CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Discusses His Bout With Breakthrough Case Of COVID-19Lonnie was vaccinated, which hopefully mitigated his symptoms. He followed all safety protocols and we here at CBS2 are happy to have him back.
Johnson & Johnson: 2nd Dose Of COVID Vaccine Offers Stronger ProtectionJ&J had long believed that a second shot of its engineered, virus-based vaccine would boost immunity to COVID-19.
New Video Shows Brawl Outside Carmine's: Restaurant Says It Was Over Proof Of Vaccination, Defense Attorney Claims Hostess Used Racial SlurA spokesperson for Carmine's says it started after some members of a party couldn't show proof of COVID vaccination last week.
New York City Teachers, Parents Voice Concerns About Changing School COVID Safety ProtocolsSome teachers say the rules are too reactionary and not working to keep things safe. Parents say it's hard for them to check up on the already existing ones.
New York City Public Schools To Increase COVID Testing, Relax Quarantine RulesThis comes after the first school had to close for a week due to a cluster of cases among staff.
Lawyer For 1 Of 3 Texas Women Charged In Carmine's Brawl Says They Were Racially Discriminated AgainstThe chaotic scene at the restaurant was captured on cellphone video. In the immediate aftermath, police charged the three women with assault.