COVID Progress: CDC Announces What Fully Vaccinated People Can DoCDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced the highly anticipated guidance during a White House COVID-19 briefing Monday.
Meghan Markle's Admission To Mental Health Struggle Could Encourage Others To Seek Help, Expert SaysIn her interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle said the experience in the royal family was so taxing, she considered suicide.
Gov. Cuomo: Dining Capacity At Restaurants Outside New York City To Be Increased To 75% Starting March 19Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Sunday that indoor dining can expand in some parts of the state.
COVID Vaccine In New York: Javits Center Vaccination Site Now Open 24 HoursThe Javits Center is now running around the clock, and the demand is high.
New Pop-Up COVID Vaccination Sites Open Across New York, Signs Of Normalcy Returning To CityA dozen new community pop-up sites are opening across the state this weekend as the federal vaccine supply increases. Other centers are extending their hours.
COVID Vaccine On Long Island: Vaccination Sites For Teachers Popping Up In Nassau, Suffolk Counties As Some Districts Prepare To ReopenSuperintendents across Long Island say confidence and safety among teachers and students this spring bodes well for the fall.
New Jersey Health Officials Bring State's First Doses Of Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine To Union City Senior ComplexMany of the residents had been worrying about how to use a computer to book an appointment, or even how to physically get there.
Doctors Studying Patients With Heart Damage, Long-Term Symptoms From COVID-19More and more COVID-19 survivors are becoming "long haulers," suffering a variety of symptoms long after their original infection passes.
COVID Impact: Doctors Say Delayed Care For Other Conditions No Longer An Issue, Urge Patients To Book AppointmentsWhen the coronavirus pandemic hit, many with other conditions had to delay, stop or change their care.
Blind In The Pandemic: Local Musician Noé Socha Faces Special Challenges Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak"I just think that for this to be exposed is important, so people have a little bit more flexibility and understanding," Socha told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
New Jersey State Health Department Investigating Legionnaires' Disease Cluster In Union CountyThere have been 14 confirmed cases. One of those patients has died.
Road To Reopening: New York City Arts And Entertainment Venues Allowed To Reopen At 33% Capacity Beginning April 2Big announcements were made Wednesday for people in New York and New Jersey tired of COVID-19 restrictions.
Ebola Outbreak In Parts Of Africa Prompts New Requirements For Travelers Arriving In U.S.Flights coming from certain countries will also be re-directed to six U.S. airports, including JFK and Newark.
COVID Vaccine On Long Island: Doses Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Arrive, Babylon Woman Among First To Receive ShotSixty-seven-year-old Susan Maxwell-Trumble, of Babylon, left South Shore University Hospital with more than a new hip. She was among the first in the country to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
New Rochelle Marks One Year Since First Case Of COVID-19 Was ConfirmedIt was an attorney in Westchester County. After he attended a wedding and a funeral, cases started to spread and a containment zone was put in place in New Rochelle.