NYC Ready For First Of Its Kind Restaurant Week To-GoMore than 570 restaurants across the five boroughs are taking part in NYC & Company's weeklong event.
Light In The COVID Darkness: 88-Year-Old Becomes Talk Of Her Town For Spreading Love And Joy On The PianoPeggy Kramer recorded "Over the Rainbow" back in March of last year after her daughter noticed rainbows plastered onto windows of homes and in driveways in the face of COVID's dark wrath.
Dr. Fauci: Goal Of 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Shots In 100 days 'Is A Floor, Not A Ceiling'"It's going to be a challenge," Fauci said in an interview on "Face the Nation" on achieving President Biden's goal.
Gov. Cuomo Urges New Yorkers To Get COVID Vaccine: 'We'll Make It Accessible, But We Need You To Accept It'The governor made a point of urging Black New Yorkers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Polls show Black Americans are among the most reluctant to get the vaccine despite higher COVID-19 death rates than white Americans.
Health Care Workers Return To Newark Vaccination Center For 2nd Dose As State Grapples With COVID Vaccine ShortageNew Jersey health care workers were grateful to be back for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state and country deal with a shortage.
COVID In New York: Higher Risk High School Sports Allowed To Begin Training, Competitions In FebruaryOfficials must consider whether new variants of COVID-19 have been identified in the area, along with local rates of COVID-19 transmission.
NYC Business Owners Embracing New Strategies To Avoid Closing Their Doors During COVID PandemicBusiness owners hope these creative changes will keep them open in these challenging times.
COVID In New Jersey: Careful Planning Has Helped Essex County Vaccination Site Become Highly EfficientEssex County, home to Newark, New Jersey's largest city, has been the hardest hit county by the coronavirus pandemic, with the highest number of positive cases and deaths.
Dr. Max's COVID Vaccine FAQs: Why Not Prioritize Young People Who Spread The Virus? Can A Vaccinated Person Still Spread COVID?Why not vaccinate young people who are out and about, and will the vaccine keep you from transmitting COVID to others? CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has those answers.
COVID Vaccine Shortage: NYC Postpones First Dose Appointments Until Next Week, 15 Vaccine Sites Remain ClosedA spokesperson for President Joe Biden says the administration is taking steps to clearly communicate with states on allocation and delivery. 
Paterson, N.J. Hosts One Of The Only First Come, First Served COVID Vaccine Locations In The RegionHundreds of people in New Jersey stood in line out in the cold Friday morning to get the COVID vaccine.
New York City Temporarily Closes 15 Vaccine Hubs, Cancels Thousands Of Appointments Due To ShortageWhile many private clinics are still operating, that's not the case for the 15 city-run hubs.
COVID-19 Tops Biden's Agenda On His First Full Day In OfficeThe president is expected to sign 10 executive orders as part of his strategy to combat COVID-19, which has killed more than 400,000 Americans and infected more than 24 million people nationwide.
COVID Impact On Youth Sports: New Jersey Parents Petition Gov. Murphy To Increase Indoor Spectator Capacity To 50%Alexis Voorhees is a senior and captain of the Brick Memorial High School basketball team and is grateful to be playing again, but she is looking forward to doing her thing in front of a crowd.
COVID In New York: Local Pharmacists Say They Are Receiving Far Too Few Vaccine Doses To Meet DemandThere is frustration at local pharmacies as tight vaccine supplies continue to plague the coronavirus pandemic response in New York.