Indoor Fitness Classes Resume In New York City; 'It Makes Such A Difference'Fitness fanatics in New York City finally returned to their favorite indoor classes Monday, after a year of at-home workouts.
COVID In New York: Gym Owners, Fitness Class Instructors Ready For 33% Capacity Starting MondayGyms have been open for several months, but fitness classes had been off limits. But to begin the new work week, studios can hold classes at 33% capacity.
Indoor Group Fitness Classes Allowed To Resume Monday In New York CityClasses will be capped at 33% capacity and other COVID-19 prevention measures must be in place.
Group Fitness Studio Owners Demand Mayor De Blasio Allow Them To Reopen: 'We Can Be Just As Safe As A Gym'In September, the city allowed regular gyms to reopen with restrictions, but group fitness studios remain closed.
Mayor: 'Huge Outreach Effort Underway' To Fight COVID Surge On Staten IslandStaten Island welcomed 10 new testing sites Thursday, including a rapid-testing site at the St. George Terminal of the Staten Island Ferry.
New York City Gyms Reopen With New Safety RulesAlso in New York City, the American Museum of Natural History reopens Wednesday.
New Jersey Gyms Finally Reopen Their Doors To Customers TuesdayGyms can only operate at 20% of indoor capacity, leaving many to rely on the reservation system. 
Road To Reopening: Gov. Murphy Gives Gyms Green Light To Reopen Sept. 1Speaking at a news conference on Wednesday, the governor went into detail about what life will be like in gyms going forward in the age of COVID-19.
Still Not Allowed To Reopen, Popular Long Island Basketball Facility Facing Serious Financial DifficultiesThe future of a popular youth sports facility on Long Island is on the line.
Many Long Island Businesses Joining Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Gyms Be Included In Phase 4 ReopeningGyms, fitness centers, health clubs, and yoga studios claim COVID-19 protocols are in place to keep both members and employees safe.
Coronavirus Update: Consumers Struggle With Gym Memberships, Recurring Fees Amid ShutdownCBS2's Nina Kapur spoke with a legal expert to see if there's any recourse.