New York City Workers Must Be Vaccinated By Sept. 13 Or Face Weekly Testing, Mayor De Blasio SaysThe mandate applies to the city's roughly 400,000 employees, including those in the Department of Education, NYPD and the FDNY.
New York City Begins Offering COVID Vaccine To Students, Parents & Staff At Summer Rising SitesThe schools chancellor encourages all families to get their eligible kids their first dose by August 9, so they are fully vaccinated by the start of the school year. 
U.S. Life Expectancy Sees Largest 1-Year Drop Since WWII Due To COVID DeathsNew government data shows life expectancy in the U.S. has reached the lowest level since 2003, with people living on average just over 77 years. 
Breakthrough Cases And Delta Variant Concerns Have Some Officials Reevaluating Mask RulesSurging cases, mask mandates and sporting events canceled -- that may sound like the early days of the pandemic, but they're all happening now. 
Alisa White Dubbed 'A Walking Miracle' After Surviving COVID, Coma, 8 Surgeries: 'So Many Times I Could Have Died'Her family says every hospital she visited gave up on her, until she found Dr. Demetrio Tzimas and Anthony Armetta at Huntington Hospital.
Mayor De Blasio: 'Assume' Public School Students Will Wear Masks This FallMayor Bill de Blasio said Monday the city isn't quite ready to change the policy on face coverings. 
With Javits Closing, Where Does NYC Stand With COVID Vaccine And Variants?Mayor de Blasio says the way to get more vaccinations in to the arms of New Yorkers is to focus on in-home vaccinations, mobile units, pharmacies, doctor's offices and pop-up sites.
While NYC Honors Hometown Heroes, Many Families Still Coping With Loss Of Loved OnesIt was a celebratory day in New York City, but for many families, it was a reminder of the thousands lost to the pandemic.
Hometown Heroes Parade: Queens Dr. Teresa Amato Grateful For Light At End Of Tunnel After Dark And Difficult YearShe's one of the countless health care heroes who risked their own lives while trying to save others.
Hometown Heroes Parade: MTA Worker Kenneth Mendez Proud To Keep City Running During Uncertain DaysBefore the pandemic, Mendez said he was pretty much invisible to riders. But now, all of that has changed.
How To Watch New York City's Hometown Heroes Ticker-Tape Parade Honoring Frontline WorkersTune in to CBS2, CBSN New York and CBSNewYork.com for team coverage starting at 11 a.m.