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.
MTA Rolls Out PPE Vending Machines In NYC Subway SystemInitiallly, there will be a dozen vending machines deployed to 10 subway stations.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Sending State Agencies To Monitor Social Distancing In NYC As Coronavirus Cases Explode Across U.S.Mayor Bill de Blasio had the NYPD back off of enforcement after viral videos showed physical confrontations and data revealed more summonses in Black and brown communities.
Local Artist Re-Designs 1985 Dwight Gooden Baseball Card To Remind People Of Importance Of Wearing Mask To Prevent COVID-19Eric "Efdot" Friedensohn has partnered with Topps to reimagine Mets legend Dwight "Doc" Gooden's 1985 card with a modern day twist.
New Jersey Delays Indoor Dining At Restaurants, NYC May As Well After Spike In COVID-19 Cases Across CountryGov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio said they spoke about the spike in cases across the country, and indoor dining was a main area of concern.
Those Who Attended Horace Greeley High School Graduation In Westchester Required To Quarantine Until July 5There have been signs of a setback in Westchester County. The number of coronavirus cases linked to a high school graduation now stands at more than a dozen.
Max Minute: No Medical Conditions Should Prevent Mask Wearing In PublicDr. Max Gomes talked with two expert pulmonologists and learned that there are no medical conditions that should stop a person from wearing a mask in public.
Day Camps Open In New York, Several Challenges Remain In COVID-19 Era: 'We Are Still Trying To Bring That Camp Magic'Camps in New York and beyond are trying to adjust to hosting camp for kids in the era of COVID-19.
City Considering Letting Social Workers Take Lead When NYPD Responds To Calls Involving People With Mental IllnessSupporters of police reform say homeless outreach should not be the responsibility of the NYPD.
Sources: Possible NYC Budget Deal Includes Cuts To NYPD And Department Of EducationThe mayor said that $9 billion in revenue "has evaporated" in the past three months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
How Safe Is Going On Vacation? Summer Coronavirus Questions Answered By Dr. Max GomezWith coronavirus limitations easing and summer in full swing, Dr. Max Gomez answers questions about safety while vacationing and enjoying outdoor activities.
Health Department Investigating Potential COVID-19 Exposure At Drive-In Graduation Ceremony In Westchester CountyThe individual recently traveled to Florida and experienced symptoms after attending the ceremony on June 20 at the Chappaqua train station, according to the governor's office.
Long Island Small Businesses Use Waivers To Protect Themselves From COVID-19 Related LawsuitsBusinesses on Long Island are using waivers to protect themselves from COVID-19 related lawsuits.
U.S. Sees Record-Breaking 45,300 New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in One DayThe number of new confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States surged to an all-time high with 45,300 new cases reported on Friday, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University.
Experts Warn Coronavirus Cases Could Spike In Tri-State As Virus Surges In Parts Of U.S.While residents in some other parts of the country are being told to stay home due to surging coronavirus cases, people in the tri-state area are still gathering outside restaurants and bars without any worries.