Health Experts Worry COVID Vaccine Enthusiasm Is Falling, Many Are Ditching Masks Too Soon"Unless we can convince more people who are sitting on the sidelines now, we're not gonna have enough people vaccinated to hit herd immunity," said Larry Levitt, with the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Over 1 Year Into Pandemic, Doctors Discouraged By Patients Still Delaying Routine Medical AppointmentsA new report from the Urban Institute shows 1 in 3 adults went without medical care this past year. Doctors say it's become a major problem during the pandemic.
COVID Vaccine In New York: With Thousands Of Appointments Now Available, Some Local Leaders Voice Concerns About Vaccine HesitancyThe challenge to secure appointments is apparently easing up as thousands of spots become available.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccinations Suspended Across Tri-State As Federal Health Officials Investigate Rare Blood ClotsThe FDA and CDC say they are investigating six cases of women reporting blood clots in the days after receiving the vaccine.
1-Year-Old Shot In Head In Newark Survives Emergency Surgery, Family Says; Police Looking For SuspectsPolice said the toddler was an unintended victim in a targeted shooting Monday afternoon.
New Jersey Senator Wants Department Of Labor To Assign Claims Handlers To Legislative Offices To Assist ConstituentsThe criticism that the office is unresponsive has been one of the biggest complaints since the pandemic began
Seasonal Allergies Or COVID-19? Doctor Says Being Indoors For A Year May Lead To 'Terrible Allergies'There are also some triggers you may not realize are making your allergies worse -- like wine.
New York City Public Schools Doing Away With '2-Case Rule' For Coronavirus-Related ClosuresSchools had been forced to shut down for 10 days if two positive cases were detected.
With Pfizer Saying Its Vaccine Is Effective In Children, Parents And Officials Consider What It Means For SchoolsSchools in the Maplewood-South Orange school district have been all virtual for more than a year. The Pfizer news gives renewed hope for a return back to schools with teachers and friends.
Elmhurst, Queens Church Looking For New Start Following Year To Forget Due To So Many Parishioners Lost To COVID-19Churches getting ready for socially distant Easter services are preparing for new beginnings.
New York On Verge Of Major COVID Vaccine Expansion As CDC Warns Cases Rising NationallyNew Yorkers have gotten the message when it comes to masks and now the state wants COVID vaccinations to be just as common.
East Village Man Returns Home After Battling COVID For 2 Months To Find Apartment Cleared OutWell-known realtor Barbara Corcoran, who reportedly owns the building with Alex Rodriguez, says as Ryo Nagaoka's health deteriorated, so did the condition of his apartment, and a biotech crew was called in to clean it.
COVID Vaccine In New Jersey: Rutgers University Announces Vaccinations Will Be Required For Students Returning To Campus In FallSo far, Rutgers is the only institution making the vaccine mandatory.
Exclusive: Newark Joins Other Major Cities To Establish First National Association Of Community-Based Violence Prevention ProgramsIn collaboration with cities like Chicago, Oakland and Los Angeles, Newark is making a push to change how communities are policed.
Security Experts Issue Warning About Counterfeit COVID Vaccination Cards, Negative Test Results For Sale OnlineWith shots being the bright spot in this crisis, cyber security experts warn they’re spotting more and more fake cards on the dark web.