COVID Vaccine Pop-Up Sites At Subway, Transit Hubs Target Commuters As FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine For Children 12-15Officials are getting ready to target a new set of people: Commuters. It comes as vaccination rates in New York are on the decline.
COVID Vaccine: CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Offers Advice To Parents Whose Children Get Pfizer ShotsThe Pfizer vaccine for teens and tweens is the same as for adults. The same two doses three weeks apart have proven to be extraordinarily safe and even 100% effective in clinical trials on adolescents.
AIDS Walk: Medical Experts Concerned About Long-Term Impact Of COVID-19 Pandemic On Battle Against HIV/AIDSThe world's focus on fighting the coronavirus pandemic may have derailed progress in the battle to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Local Organizations Going All Out To Combat COVID Crisis In IndiaWith more than 350,000 daily new cases, the nation is on pace to see more than one million deaths by midsummer.
FDA Grants Pfizer Emergency Use For COVID-19 Vaccine For Children Ages 12 To 15In Hoboken, some high schoolers will get their first shots as early as Tuesday
Then And Now: Reflecting On The AIDS Epidemic With Leaders Of GMHCWe are less than a week away from AIDS Walk. Three people taking part met with CBS2's Dave Carlin in Christopher Park across from the historic Stonewall Inn.
COVID Impact: Experts Say Loosening Of Mask-Wearing Restrictions Indoors Will Depend On Handful Of FactorsVaccination against COVID-19 continues to go up and the Centers for Disease Control is loosening some of its outdoor mask-wearing guidelines.
Mother's Day Bliss: Moms Enjoy A Day Of Pampering, Family And Fine Foods At Various NYC RestaurantsIt was the first weekend New York City opened up dining capacity to 75% and restaurants got a much-needed boost thanks to Mother's Day.
As COVID-19 Cases Drop, Former Commissioner Of FDA Calls For Easing Of Restrictions On Indoor GatheringsDr. Scott Gottlieb said Sunday that state and local governments should begin "allowing people to resume normal activity" as more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID Restrictions: New York City Restaurants Can Increase Capacity, New Jersey Raises Gathering LimitsIt's the next step as businesses prepare for May 19, when New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will lift most capacity restrictions altogether.
COVID Vaccine In NYC: City Officials Modifying Outreach Efforts As Demand For Vaccines PlummetsOn April 8, a record 115,795 COVID vaccine doses were administered. The number has plummeted to nearly 32,500 on Thursday as supply, once scarce, now outpaces demand.
Hundreds Of Bodies Of COVID Victims Still Being Stored In Refrigerated Morgue In BrooklynThere are 750 bodies inside in what some City Council members call appalling and secret long-term storage, amounting to shocking neglect and mismanagement.
'A Modern Miracle': New Jersey Mom Celebrating Mother's Day After Successfully Donating Kidney To 7-Year-Old SonPaul Kudowitz was born with a rare kidney condition that affects 1 in 5,000 people.
Long Island Parents Racing Against Time To Find Cure For 2-Year-Old Son's Rare Genetic Disorder, FOXG1 SyndromeIn less than a year, they've launched “Believe in a Cure,” raising nearly $2 million. Their goal is $7 million to summon research on three fronts: drug repurposing, gene editing and gene replacement therapy.
COVID Progress: NYS Legislature Considering Bill Allowing Pharmacies To Administer All Vaccines Recommended By CDCState lawmakers want pharmacies to play an even bigger role in vaccine distribution, long after the coronavirus pandemic is over.