At Least 1 Dead In Long Island Legionnaires' Disease OutbreakThe Nassau County Health Department says it's investigating 10 cases within a one mile radius of Wantagh Avenue and Old Jerusalem Road on the Levittown-Wantagh border.
No New Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Reported In Harlem In 4 WeeksCity health officials had reported 18 people infected with the disease in August.
9 Treated For Legionnaires' Disease In Central HarlemNo one has died, but the city says all have been hospitalized and the symptoms are similar to COVID.
NYC Health Department Investigating Legionnaires' Cluster In HarlemHealth officials say there have been nine cases since Aug. 9.
New Jersey State Health Department Investigating Legionnaires' Disease Cluster In Union CountyThere have been 14 confirmed cases. One of those patients has died.
Case Of Legionnaires' Disease Reported On Staten IslandA case of Legionnaires' disease is confirmed at an assisted living facility on Staten Island.
Warning Issued After Legionnaires' Disease Cases Surface At Bronx Apartment BuildingOfficials have issued warning for residents in the Bronx after two residents of a high-rise have reported having Legionnaires' disease.
Health Department Evaluating NYCHA Apartment Building After Legionnaires' CasesTenants can still use and drink the water, but residents with a higher risk for getting the disease are urged to take precautions.
3 Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Confirmed At Senior Apartment In NewarkHealth officials in Newark are investigating a suspected outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease at an apartment building for senior citizens.
Officials Confirm 2 Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease In The BronxThe disease is not contagious and can be treated with antibiotics.
DOH: 1 Dead From Latest Manhattan Legionnaires' OutbreakHealth officials are still trying to determine the cause of the latest cluster, the second to hit the neighborhood in the last few months.
NYC Officials Hold Town Hall After More Legionnaires' Cases ReportedCity health officials hosted a town hall meeting in Washington Heights Monday night regarding the latest outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in that area.
NYC Health Officials ID Source Of Legionnaires' Outbreak In Upper ManhattanIn total, 27 people were sickened in Washington Heights and Hamilton Heights, including one person who died.
MTA Confirms 2 Workers Have Legionnaire's DiseaseBacteria found in showers at the Verrazano Narrows infects one worker, unknown where Queens employee caught disease.
Hell's Kitchen Building Tests Positive For Legionnaires' DiseaseA cleanup is underway at an apartment building in Hell's Kitchen after two confirmed cases of Legionnaires' disease.