Phase 3 Begins In NYC; Salons, Dog Parks, Basketball Courts Among Those To Reopen, Indoor Dining Not AllowedIt will be another step toward normal life. People will finally be able to get their mani-pedi when salons open up.
Optimism Reigns Among Business Owners, Beach Enthusiasts In Asbury ParkWith businesses and beaches allowed to open, visitors made their way to the Jersey Shore for the holiday weekend.
Former FDA Commissioner: U.S. 'Right Back Where We Were' At Earlier Peak Of Coronavirus OutbreakForty states have reported a surge in confirmed coronavirus cases as they began to lift restrictions on residents and proceeded to phased reopenings of their economies.
Concerns Raised About Safety Of Some Outdoor Dining Seating In Hell's Kitchen As Indoor Dining Is PostponedSome restaurants have wooden barricades around their tables, but others have less stable barriers.
Despite 4.8 Million Jobs Added In June, Many NYC Businesses Fear Shutdowns Are Coming Unless They Reopen SoonThe unemployment rate fell to 11%, but still, 1.4 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week.
New Jersey Reopens Casinos, Amusement Parks And More In Time For July 4th WeekendBusinesses must operate at only 25% capacity with proper safety measures in place, and face coverings are required.
New York City Delays Indoor Dining As Coronavirus Cases Climb Across CountryEarlier this week, the mayor and governor said they were considering pumping the brakes on indoor dining.
With Coronavirus Still A Big Concern On Long Island, Pop-Up Day Camps Take Center Stage In BackyardsWith sleep-away camps canceled and many day camps opening late, a new cottage industry is all the rage.
Many Long Island Businesses Joining Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Gyms Be Included In Phase 4 ReopeningGyms, fitness centers, health clubs, and yoga studios claim COVID-19 protocols are in place to keep both members and employees safe.
Broadway Show 'Super You' Captivates Drive-In Movie Theater In Small N.Y. TownA sold-out crowd welcomed back live theater on Saturday night.
Long Island Small Businesses Use Waivers To Protect Themselves From COVID-19 Related LawsuitsBusinesses on Long Island are using waivers to protect themselves from COVID-19 related lawsuits.
New York's Takeout Cocktail Law Extended For Third Time, Bringing Relief For Restaurant And Bar Owners"Takeout alcohol in conjunction with the delivery and outdoor seating, we’re getting about, I'd say about 20 percent of our business back," one restaurant owner said.
Frustration Grows In Tri-State Area As Malls, Movie Theaters Remain Closed While Other Businesses ReopenOwners of business inside shopping malls are astonished and upset because it looks like they won't be able to open as previously promised, when Phase 4 arrives on Long Island.
Air Travel In Coronavirus Age: CBS2 Gets Firsthand Look At Safety Precautions At Area AirportsSocial distancing markers. Sanitizer stations. Plexiglass for agents. Those are three things you'll notice right away at LaGuardia.
Eastchester Officials, Residents Stress Swimming Safety Guidelines During COVID-19 PandemicWith summer temperatures arriving, pools are quickly becoming a needed outlet for families who have been stuck indoors. But, families need to keep safety in mind.