Cuomo: New York Breaks One-Day COVID-19 Testing RecordNew York broke a coronavirus testing record Friday by conducting 82,737 tests, the most ever conducted in a single day in the state
Jets LB C.J. Mosley Opting Out Of NFL Season, AP Sources SayMosley joins a growing list of players who are choosing to not play this season — if there is a season — amid concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Murphy Puts New Jersey On Notice, Warns Residents To Heed Coronavirus Guidelines As Cases Spike; 'The Alarms Are Going Off'New Jersey remains among the states with the lowest coronavirus positivity rates, but Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday that may change.
Mayor, Schools Chancellor Say Response To Coronavirus In Classrooms Focuses On Safety Of Students And StaffMayor Bill de Blasio said Friday schools will only reopen in the fall if the citywide infection rate stays below 3% on a seven-day average.
American Museum Of Natural History Planning September Reopening, Awaiting Approval From City And StateThe dates are pending approval from New York State and the city, which have not officially given a green light for museums to reopen.
Owners Of Thompson Chemists In SoHo Say They To Fight $14,000 Price Gouging Fine, 'We’re Not Sneaky. We’re Not Thieves'The city says it takes this very seriously, but the shop says they have receipts to prove they are not taking advantage of their customers.
Owners Of Iconic Gem Spa, Sylvia's Speak Out About Coronavirus Shutdown Struggles: 'Everything Impacts Us'More than 100,000 small businesses in the U.S. closed by April because of COVID-19, laying off thousands of employees.
Study Reveals Nearly 1.5 Million New Yorkers Unable To Pay Rent, Risk EvictionHelp USA has already spent nearly $1 million on cases in the Bronx and has more budgeted thanks to city funding.
Fauci Explains Why COVID Is Still Surging In U.S. Compared To Other CountriesDr. Anthony Fauci was on Capitol Hill on Friday, testifying before a Congressional panel about the coronavirus pandemic.
Yankees Finally Return Home To The Bronx As More Teams Postpone Games Due To COVID-19At 4-1, they're tied for the best record in baseball in a season that still seems very fragile.
New York City Reveals Response Plan For COVID-19 Cases In SchoolsSchools will also be required to have precautions in place for preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
President Trump Issues Warning About Coronavirus, FDA Says Vaccine Could Be Closer Than Originally ThoughtWith coronavirus cases rising in parts of the country, President Donald Trump issued a warning Thursday. Plus, the FDA says a vaccine could be even closer than originally thought.
Concern Grows In New Jersey After Thousands Of New COVID-19 Cases Reported; A 'Match Waiting To Hit The Powder Keg'It's a trend no state wants to follow, but New Jersey is joining the number of states seeing an uptick in COVID-19 cases.
Small Business Owners In NYC Plead With Officials For Help To Stay AfloatSmall business owners are threatened with extinction, pleading with Gov. Andrew Cuomo to do something, find a solution.
Neighbors Raise Concerns Over Thousands Of New York City's Homeless Housed In HotelsBefore the pandemic, the city's department of social services had 3,500 single adults housed in hotels. Now, more than 13,000 are housed in 139 hotels across the city.