With Pandemic, NYC Taxi Drivers' Livelihoods Hang In The BalanceIt's estimated that 90% of the taxi business has dried up. That's part of the reason why the city, with help from the National Guard, started a program that pays cab drivers to deliver food to low-income housebound residents.
Gov. Cuomo Confirms New York City Will Enter Phase 3 Reopening Without Indoor Dining MondayEarlier this week, the mayor and governor said they were re-evaluating after seeing coronavirus cases climb in other states.
Social Distancing, Mask Rules In Effect For Beachgoers Eager To Celebrate July 4th In New York, New JerseyLots of folks were taking advantage of the good weather at Asbury Park in New Jersey.
Hoboken Mayor Confirms Highest 2-Day Total Of New COVID-19 Cases Since Mid-MayThe mayor said 13 cases of the coronavirus were confirmed on July 2 and 3. All are linked to people who traveled to states experiencing a sharp rise in infections.
As Dog Days Of Summer Approach, Many Wonder If We Need To Wear Face Masks OutsideSome people think it's too hot to wear a mask. Other just don't want to.
Experts Offer Advice For Getting Back To Healthy Habits Changed By COVID-19 PandemicPsychologist Alexandra Stratyner says shame doesn't properly motivate anyone, and registered dietitian nutritionist Alexandra Corwin agrees, saying eating healthier works when not viewed as a chore.
Max Minute: Many Patients Remain Afraid To Go To An Emergency RoomAs COVID-19 cases have thankfully gone down significantly in the Tri-State Area over the past month, hospitals have begun to return to more or less normal operations.
Restaurants Ready For July 4th Weekend Crowds With Social Distancing, Other Coronavirus Safety GuidelinesMany are steering clear of their usual travel plans this year and looking to stay closer to home due to COVID-19.
Mets Hold First Summer Workouts At Citi Field With Shortened 2020 Season On DeckPlayers had to pass a series of tests just to get into the ballpark, and then wear masks when traveling between workout stations.
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.
Long Island Ready For Return Of Outdoor Pools And Sprinkler Parks For July 4th Weekend; Coronavirus Precautions In EffectIn order to keep attendance down, only residents are allowed at county, town or village sprinkler parks, spray parks and splash pools.
Coronavirus Pandemic Highlights Health Care Disparities; Task Force's Mission Is To Identify The CausesMount Sinai doctors and scientists are going into the hardest hit communities to identify the conditions that lead to so many deaths.
8 People Who Tested Positive For COVID-19 Now Complying With Contact Tracing Efforts In Rockland CountyHealth officials say they were among dozens of people who attended a party in New City on June 17.
Thousands Impacted By Coronavirus Wait Hours For Emergency Food Distribution At Nassau ColiseumPeople came by foot and by car, with lines snaking around Nassau Coliseum for miles Thursday, hours before food was handed out.
Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Tests Negative For COVID-19 After Months In Hospital, Leg AmputationHis wife, former Broadway dancer Amanda Kloots, is hopeful he will continue to improve but acknowledged Cordero will likely need a double lung transplant.