Investigators Working To Determine Whether Johnson & Johnson Vaccine May Cause Blood ClotsWhile that analysis proceeds, the FDA's pause in using the J&J vaccine continues.
Road To Reopening: Curfew For New York Restaurants & Bars Extended, Outdoor Dining Restrictions Eased In ConnecticutDining restrictions across the Tri-State Area are being eased.
New Effort To Help Frontline Pandemic Medical Workers Process Their GriefMany experts believe another crisis is brewing when it comes to mental health during this pandemic.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccinations Suspended Across Tri-State As Federal Health Officials Investigate Rare Blood ClotsThe FDA and CDC say they are investigating six cases of women reporting blood clots in the days after receiving the vaccine.
FDA Recommends 'Pause' For Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine After Rare Blood Clots ReportedThe FDA and CDC say they are investigating clots in six women in the days after vaccination, in combination with reduced platelet counts.
COVID In New York City: Health Department Report Details Prevalence Of Variants Across NYCThe agency has identified multiple variants of interest and concern, notably B.1.1.7., the variant originally found in the United Kingdom, and B.1.526, the new variant that emerged in New York.
Pause On Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Forces Pivot In Vaccine Distribution PlanOfficials emphasized the tiny number of cases being investigated - just six out of 6.8 million shots given.
Brooklyn Woman Tests Positive For COVID After Vaccination, Experts Say Shot Minimizes Severity Of IllnessExperts say there are a number of reasons why someone can become infected even after getting their shot.
Road To Reopening: Newark Public Schools Welcome Students Back For In-Person ClassesSchools will operate on a hybrid model, with three days at home and two days in the classroom.
New Jersey High School Confirms Dozens Of COVID-19 Cases Since Return From Spring BreakGlen Rock High School shut down in-person classes on April 7 after school officials said students tested positive for the coronavirus.
Nurse Karen Lam On The Challenges Of Battling COVID Pandemic And Asian Hate; 'It's Heartbreaking, Really'CBS2's Cindy Hsu met a nurse who has been on the front lines since day one, and now she feels she needs to watch her back.
Clearing Up Confusion About Safety And Efficacy Of The Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThere have been reports of vaccinated people getting COVID and concerns over the supply and effectiveness of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
FEMA Launches Nationwide Program To Help People Pay For COVID-19 Funeral CostsThe federal government in early April will start offering financial assistance to help cover funeral costs for people who have died of COVID-19.
COVID Vaccine In New York: Nearly 25% Of Residents Now Fully Vaccinated, Cuomo SaysAbout 24% of New Yorkers are fully vaccinated, and about 37% of New Yorkers have received at least one dose of the vaccine.
Entertainment Venues In New York City, Across Country Finding Ways To Safely Reopen For Live PerformancesOn a spring day full of new beginnings, you could hear the first sounds played for a ticketed audience at Lincoln Center since March of last year.