COVID-19 Update: CBS2 Gets In-Person Look At What NYC Public Schools Are Doing To Keep Students And Staff SafeCity students and staff are getting set to head back to class in two weeks. This has many parents and students wondering what school buildings are doing to prepare.
Manhattan DA Announces Charges Against 15 In Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Card ConspiracyThe phony cards were allegedly sold over Instagram, and the buyers are believed to be front-line and essential workers.
Gov. Hochul: Tens Of Millions Of Dollars Will Soon Be Available To Local Governments For COVID Booster Shot InfrastructureIn a stark departure from her predecessor, she said she's not going to issue open-ended mandates that leave no room for localities to determine what works best for them.
Long Lines At US Open Due To Late-Arriving Crowds And Bag Screenings, Not COVID Vaccine Checks, USTA SaysThe lines reportedly extended from the stadium entrance all the way back to the Mets-Willets Point subway station.
With COVID-19 Still A Big Problem Nationwide, Large Percentage Of Nurses Struggling With BurnoutA survey earlier in the pandemic found 62% of intensive care nurses are burned out. Now we're seeing the long-term impact of that over-work.
Former Head Of FDA Says COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available For Kids By Early WinterDr. Scott Gottlieb, currently a member of Pfizer's board of directors, predicted Sunday that the drug company's COVID-19 vaccine could be available to children younger than 12 by early winter.
Long Island Parents Protest NYS School Mask MandateWith less than a week before many schools start, the debate over a mask mandate continues to take center stage.
COVID Latest: New York Issues Statewide School Mask Mandate, City Continues Push To Vaccinate Students Before Classes StartAn emergency mask mandate has been issued for all schools in New York and there's a new vaccine initiative getting underway this weekend.
Delta Variant May Double Risk Of Hospitalization For Unvaccinated, Study FindsA new study finds troubling news concerning the Delta variant and those unvaccinated against the coronavirus.
COVID Booster Shots: When Are They Needed? Are They Effective Against The Delta Variant?Federal regulators are considering approving a COVID-19 booster shot starting as soon as five months after the previous dose.
Harlem Restaurants, Churches Partnering With City To Get More Community Members VaccinatedWhile overall 60% of city residents are fully vaccinated, in Harlem, that number drops to about 50%.
No Masks Or Proof Of Vaccination Required For US Open FansLast year, fans were banned from the Open due to COVID, but this year, the tournament will be operating at full capacity.
Vaccine Mandate Issued For Workers At New York State Department Of Health-Licensed FacilitiesThe order applies to people who work at hospitals, nursing homes and more.
Houses Of Worship In New York City To Host Mobile Vaccination Sites For 'Weekend Of Faith'New York City is making another push to get young people vaccinated against COVID-19.
Hundreds Protest COVID Vaccine Mandates Outside New York City HallThe NYPD's Police Benevolent Association is vowing to sue if officers are required to get the shot, saying in part it will "defend our members' right to make such personal medical decisions."