Lawmakers, Far Rockaway Residents Concerned About Proposals To Cut Costs At St. John's Episcopal HospitalThe state health department and a consulting firm presented hospital administrators with several cost cutting options. The most drastic would take the hospital down to 15 beds.
Road To Reopening: New York City Arts And Entertainment Venues Allowed To Reopen At 33% Capacity Beginning April 2Big announcements were made Wednesday for people in New York and New Jersey tired of COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID Vaccine: Mega Vaccination Site Opens At National Guard Armory In YonkersIt didn't take long for thousands of people to sign up. The site is part of state and federal efforts to reach hard-hit communities.
COVID Progress: Jubilation At Nassau Nursing Home As In-Person Visits Are Finally Back On The ScheduleThere was a turning point Wednesday for a nursing home on Long Island. It met tough state standards to allow visitors back.
COVID Vaccine: Bronx Residents Can Begin Scheduling Appointments For Johnson & Johnson ShotsThere was another major milestone on Wednesday morning in the fight to end COVID-19.
COVID 1 Year: 'Long Haulers' Still On Long Road To Recovery, 'A Complete Lifestyle Change'A recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association found about 30% of COVID-19 patients reported persistent symptoms as long as nine months after illness.
COVID Vaccine: Competitors Johnson & Johnson And Merck & Co. Teaming Up To Increase SupplyThe shipment will help relieve some of the demand, and city officials say they already know how they will distribute the first batch.
Doctors Seeing More Neck, Back Pain Related To Working From HomeSpine surgeon Dr. Gbolahahan Okubadejo has been seeing so many back and neck issues from working at home that he's dubbed it "COVID posture and pandemic pain."
Connecticut Nurse Faces Up To 5 Years In Jail After Admitting To Removing Opioid Painkiller From Vials Of Infertility Treatment PatientsThe incident happened in mid 2020 at the Yale Fertility Center in New Haven.
Little Staten Island Boy Who Battled Cancer Gets A Lift From Area Stop & Shops, And You, Too, Can HelpA toddler from Staten Island is helping other kids beat cancer, just like he did. His fundraising campaign all starts in the grocery store.
CBS2 Speaks To Mount Sinai Doctor Who Diagnosed First COVID-19 Case In New York CityOn March 2, 2020, as we were still learning about the concerning virus at our doorstep, Dr. Angela Chen was just a few hours removed from diagnosing the city's first positive patient.