COVID Vaccine: Historic Abyssinian Baptist Becomes First Church In New York City To Administer ShotsThe historic Abyssinian Baptist Church on West 138th Street filled all 250 appointments.
Coronavirus Impact: Some Columbia University Students Say They're Prepared To Withhold Payments If Tuition Isn't LoweredCoronavirus pandemic fallout has impacted the way college students learn.
COVID Vaccine Demand Outpacing Supply; More Appointments Canceled As New Vaccination Centers Open In New York CityNew York City is opening more vaccination sites, including one in Harlem on Sunday, but it's still a challenge for many to actually get the shot.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Warns New York City's COVID Vaccine Supply Could Run Out Next WeekThe supply comes from the federal government, which expanded eligibility but without providing more vaccines.
Eviction Moratorium: Long Island Woman Says Tenants Haven't Paid Rent Since May 2019, Hurl Racial Slurs When Asked To PayAfter months of pleading, the Khalids filed eviction paperwork. It took months to go through the courts. Then the pandemic hit, and in March, the state banned evictions due to the coronavirus.
Indoor Dining In New York City Remains Shut Down As Restrictions Are Lifted In Other Parts Of StateAt reopening restaurants, the indoor rules are 50% capacity and a maximum of four people per table. The state is doing this temporarily and reluctantly, and New York City is not included.
More Than 100,000 Counterfeit N-95 Masks Seized During Busts At JFK AirportThey say the phony N-95 masks, which arrived from Hong Kong, could have wound up at hospitals and nursing homes.
New Yorkers Shocked By Canceled COVID Vaccine Appointments Reportedly Told State Moved Doses To Other LocationsThousands of New Yorkers were left out in the COVID cold because their appointments for shots were suddenly canceled.
Exclusive: Odds Of Surviving COVID Improve In New York Area, Doctors Show CBS2 How Hospital Treatment EvolvedCoronavirus cases are surging across the country. But in the New York area, odds of surviving the respiratory disease have improved.
New Jersey Teachers Unions Call On State To Prioritize Educators In Latest Wave Of COVID Vaccine EligibilityNew Jersey teachers unions are calling on the state to prioritize educators for the COVID-19 vaccine. One group says teachers should be ahead of smokers, who are now eligible
COVID Vaccine: CBS2 Finds Nearly Empty Vaccination Centers Turning Eligible New Yorkers Away OvernightThe city would not answer how many overnight appointments were booked, nor how many doses were administered overnight.
Sen. Schumer: New York To Receive Additional $2 Billion In COVID ReliefFinancial relief is headed to New York City and the state.
COVID Vaccine: Mass Vaccination Site Opens At Jones Beach, But Only 700 Doses AdministeredHundreds of people sat in their cars and were among the first to get their shots. But so many more were left behind frustrated and trying to navigate a system that is overwhelmed.
Spared COVID-19's Wrath Last Spring, New Jersey Long-Term Care Facility Hit With Holidays-Infused OutbreakThe virus spread like wildfire. More than 90 residents and more than 60 staff members contracted it. So far, 29 residents have passed away.
Doctors Say Even Asymptomatic COVID Cases Can Leave Patients With Lung DamageTrauma surgeon Dr. Brittany Bankhead-Kendall wants everyone to know that post-COVID lungs look worse than any type of terrible smoker's lung she's ever seen.