Researchers Launching Study To Determine How Effective COVID Vaccines Are For Cancer Patients, SurvivorsExperts recommend most cancer patients and survivors receive the COVID-19 vaccine, but there are some unknowns.
COVID Vaccine Hub Opens At Empire State Building With New Perks, But Not Many PeopleOrganizers hoped more people would show up, even giving the first 100 a free ticket to the Observatory.
Younger Patients Suffering From Liver Disease As Women Drink More During PandemicA JAMA study found 41% of women drank more in 2020 than in 2019. In some cases, it cost them their lives.
Consumer Experts: Fed Up With The Pandemic, Americans Are Launching 'Revenge Spending' KickPent up by COVID-19 lockdowns, a majority of Americans have indicated they will embark on a post-pandemic buying spree.
Biden Announces Donation Of 500 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses AbroadPresident Biden on Thursday formally announced that the U.S. is purchasing 500 million doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for the global supply.
NYC Department Of Correction Allowing In-Person Visits, Religious Services To ResumeVisitors can pre-register and schedule a time online beginning next week.
New Jersey School Superintendent Suspended After Refusing To Lift Mask MandatesSuperintendent John Marciante said it went against state guidance.
COVID Victims Memorial On Display Outside Brooklyn's Green-Wood CemeteryPictures of victims and drawings line the cemetery's historic wrought-iron fence.
Children Ages 6 Months To 11 Years Taking Part In COVID Vaccine Clinical Trials On Long IslandThere are 100 clinical sites worldwide.
Partnership For New York City Survey Shows Much Higher Number Of Workers Plan To Be Back At Their Desks In SeptemberThere are signs of hope on the road to reopening. A new survey finds more office workers than originally thought are expected to be back in the city this fall.
New York City Council Mulling Bill That Would Allow Restaurant Surcharges To Continue After Pandemic EndsDuring the pandemic you may have noticed an extra service fee added on to your restaurant bill. Those surcharges could be here to stay.
New York To Relax COVID Restrictions Once 70% Of Adults Receive 1st Vaccine ShotThe latest numbers show about 68.6% of adults have gotten at least one shot.
Some Students In Paterson, N.J. Return To In-Person InstructionIt's part of a phased-in reopening that currently covers less than 10% of Paterson's 29,000 student enrollment. 
Cuomo Says Kids Can Go Maskless Outdoors At Schools, Creating More Confusion For Parents And Some School DistrictsParents are hearing conflicting information from state health and education officials.
Suffolk County Rolling Out New Incentives To Get Kids Vaccinated Before Summer Camp Season BeginsCan herd immunity ever be reached in our region? According to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, not without more young teens getting their shot.