Yale University Study: NYC Has Saved Thousands Of Lives, Prevented Quarter Million Cases With COVID Vaccine RolloutAs coronavirus cases rise across the country, New York City officials are continuing the push to get more people vaccinated.
Following A Series Of Painful Setbacks, Manhattan's Museum Of Chinese In America ReopensThe new exhibit, called "Responses: Asian-American Voices Resisting the Tides of Racism," is a culmination of hundreds of public responses to the tumultuous events of the last two years.
Alisa White Dubbed 'A Walking Miracle' After Surviving COVID, Coma, 8 Surgeries: 'So Many Times I Could Have Died'Her family says every hospital she visited gave up on her, until she found Dr. Demetrio Tzimas and Anthony Armetta at Huntington Hospital.
Mayor De Blasio: 'Assume' Public School Students Will Wear Masks This FallMayor Bill de Blasio said Monday the city isn't quite ready to change the policy on face coverings. 
Battery Park Community Calls Decision To Postpone Essential Worker Monument, Create New Committee A 'Victory'There is an agreement that has been reached after controversy over Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plans to build a monument honoring COVID-19 essential workers.
Rise Of Delta Variant Generating Confusion About COVID Vaccine, Boosters, And MoreConfusion seems to the word of the day when it comes to the COVID pandemic in the U.S. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez helps answer questions about boosters, variants, vaccine protection and more. 
Former NYC Health Commissioner: Threshold For Herd Immunity Against COVID-19 Will Be Higher Due To Highly Contagious Delta VariantOn Twitter, Dr. Tom Frieden said, "The higher infectivity of Delta means the threshold for herd immunity will be higher."
COVID Vaccine In New York: Javits Center Mass Vaccination Site Shuts Down After Administering Over 600,000 ShotsAt its peak, the Javits Center was the country's largest vaccination site.
CDC Says Vaccinated Children, Teachers Won't Need Masks In ClassSchools can safely return to in-person learning in the fall, even as they prepare to welcome back students too young to be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to updated guidance released Friday by the CDC.
With Javits Closing, Where Does NYC Stand With COVID Vaccine And Variants?Mayor de Blasio says the way to get more vaccinations in to the arms of New Yorkers is to focus on in-home vaccinations, mobile units, pharmacies, doctor's offices and pop-up sites.
Pfizer Developing COVID Vaccine Booster As Delta Variant SpreadsPfizer announced on Thursday that its COVID vaccine booster shot could further protect individuals from "all currently known variants" of COVID-19 — including the highly transmittable Delta variant.
NYC Investing $65 Million In Helping Students Recover From COVID Learning GapThe New York City Academic Recovery Plan will focus on six key areas.
Olympics Venues In Tokyo Won't Allow Fans Amid COVID EmergencySpectators will be banned from Olympic venues in Tokyo because of a new state of emergency imposed due to the spread of the coronavirus, Japan's Olympic minister said Thursday, meaning the Games will happen mostly behind closed doors.
Hometown Heroes Ticker Tape Parade Marches Through Canyon Of HeroesSome parts of the celebration had to be canceled due to the extreme heat, but that didn't stop the crowds from coming out to say thank you. 
COVID Vaccine In New York: Javits Center, 2 Other Mass Vaccination Sites Shutting DownMore sites are expected to close over the coming weeks and months.