Number Of Cases Of Rare Condition Linked To COVID-19 In Children Continues To RiseThe Centers for Disease Control reports 792 confirmed cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome and 16 deaths in 42 states, New York City and Washington, D.C.
CDC Tells States To Prepare For COVID-19 Vaccinations By November 1he Centers for Disease Control has urged governors to be prepared for the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine by November 1, which is two days before Election Day.
Doctors Weigh In On CDC Changing Its Guidelines For Who Needs To Get A COVID-19 Test, QuarantineThe CDC changed its guidelines for who needs to be tested for COVID-19. CBS2's Jessica Moore spoke with health experts to get their reaction to the abrupt change.
CDC Report Says Federal Travel Bans Meant To Stop COVID-19 Spread Came Too Late For NYCThe Trump administration restricted travel from China on Feb. 2 and from Europe on March 13.
New CDC Guidance Says 1 In 3 With Coronavirus Never Show Any SymptomsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 35% of patients infected with COVID-19 as asymptomatic, and those exposed to the virus can take up to six days to show any sign of sickness.
Coronavirus Update: CDC Issues Domestic Travel Advisory In Tri-State Area, President Trump Says Quarantine 'Will Not Be Necessary'The CDC is urging residents of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to refrain from non-essential domestic travel for 14 days effective immediately.
Cuomo: First Positive Coronavirus Case In NYC ConfirmedThe patient is a Manhattan woman in her 30s who recently traveled to Iran. She is currently in isolation.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Says State Is Being Proactive Amid OutbreakThe CDC has advised schools, hospitals and businesses to begin preparing now for the expectation that this could be bad.
This Year's Flu Season Has Been Worse Than Last Year, CDC SaysIn the U.S., there have been at least 26 million illnesses, 250,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths from flu so far this season.
Heart Health Month: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, has important advice how to take care of your heart.
Coronavirus Update: New York City Reports First Possible Local CaseAccording to health officials, testing to determine if the individual does in fact have coronavirus will take a minimum of 36-48 hours and depends on CDC testing capacity.