New York Marks 1 Year Since 1st COVID-19 Case, With Vaccine Hope On HorizonThough the toll has been devastating, there are new signs of hope, including a just-approved third vaccine.
New Jersey Sports Arenas Reopen At Limited CapacityNew Jersey houses of worship can also host at 50% capacity.
New York Nursing Homes Reopen To Visitors, As Questions Continue About Cuomo AdministrationThe state's top health official was in the virtual hot seat Thursday facing intense questions from lawmakers.
FEMA Vaccination Sites Open For Brooklyn And Queens Residents At Medgar Evers And York CollegesThe federally-backed sites opened their doors Wednesday to qualified residents living in underserved, minority communities.
FDA: Johnson & Johnson's Single-Dose Vaccine Effective Against COVID-19The J&J shot could help speed up vaccinations with just one dose, instead of two.
Connecticut Announces Vaccine Eligibility Schedule Based On AgeGov. Ned Lamont said the move is meant to avoid chaos and confusion, but the timetable could change.
Grim Milestone: U.S. Surpasses 500,000 Coronavirus DeathsAmong the grief, there's also reason to feel hopeful, with hospitalizations decreasing and the vaccine. Still, Dr. Fauci said we cannot let our guard down.
New York City Receives Needed COVID Vaccine Shipment, As Restrictions Ease This WeekThis comes as vaccine shipments delayed by last week's storm are expected to arrive Monday. 
New Rochelle Teacher Karen Johnson Dies Of COVID-19: 'She Marched Back Into The School And She Did Her Job'Even as her family grieves her loss, they are proud of the life she lived and the difference she made. 
New York City's Newest COVID Vaccine Site Opens With Rocky Start, As Hardest Hit Communities Still Struggle To Get AppointmentsMeanwhile, Mount Sinai Hospital abruptly canceled already-scheduled appointments Wednesday.
COVID Vaccine: Long Island Residents Frustrated Over Lack Of Appointments, Despite Highest Positivity Rate In StateSome lawmakers are crying foul, because Long Island accepts qualifying New York City residents.