Coronavirus Update: Testing In Nassau County More Readily Available, But Criteria Hasn't ChangedNassau County Executive Laura Curran covered a myriad of topics during her daily coronavirus briefing with the media on Thursday.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Nonprofits Urged To Apply For FEMA AssistanceThe county executive says local governments and nonprofits should apply for help from under FEMA's public assistance program.
Coronavirus Update: Recovering Long Island Mom Has Big Plans For SurvivorsA Long Island mother, one of the first diagnosed with coronavirus, has been keeping a video diary of her recovery and has launched a survivors Facebook page.
Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Kids Paint Rainbows To Help Spread Cheer And Simple Message: After Every Storm, Comes A RainbowGetting the idea from Italy, Nicole Sapienza and her aunt Katherine Schilling are the two behind the new Facebook group Rainbows Over Nassau And Suffolk Counties And Beyond.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau Reports Spike In Domestic Violence Incidents, Says Help Still AvailablePolice Commissioner Patrick Ryder said domestic violence incidents are up about 10% compared to last year.
Connecting Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic: Jennifer McLogan Checks In With Her FamilyCBS2's Jennifer McLogan checks in with her siblings across the globe to find out how they're coping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Ups Crackdown On Price Gouging As COVID-19 Rises To More Than 2,400 CasesAs infection numbers and worries rise, Long Island warns some businesses are still trying to take advantage of demand for protective gear.
Coronavirus Update: Suffolk County Implements Changes To Public Transportation To Keep Residents SafeThe county is now asking all riders to go cashless and use the mobile application Suffolk Fast Fare for tickets to keep riders and drivers protected.
Coronavirus Update: Long Island Nurse Sees Front-Line Workers Starting To Get Sick, Says 'No One Seems To Care About Us'"Everyone who is a healthcare provider, or most people who are healthcare providers, want to help people, but we didn't sign up for this. We signed up for standards," she said.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau Urges People With Mild Symptoms Not To Call 911, Suffolk Launches Supply DriveNassau County now has at least 754 cases, including seven deaths and seven critically ill patients.
Small Business Owners, Employees Face Uncertainty After Coronavirus Shutdown: 'It Is A Little Scary Not Knowing If You're Going To Have Money'All personal care businesses, like hair and nail salons, in the tri-state area will soon need to officially close up shop.
Coronavirus Update: Long Island Tops 1,000 COVID-19 Cases As Officials Stretch To Help Seniors, Veterans, HomelessCoronavirus cases on Long Island now top 1,000, and there are worries about food pantries for seniors, veterans and the homeless.
Coronavirus Update: As Food Needs Rise, New York Already Seeing Pantries Close, Volunteer Staff Stay AwayOne food bank chief expects a 20% increase in need over the next two to three weeks, but of seven available soup kitchens on Long Island, two are already closed.
Coronavirus Update: Citizens To The Rescue -- Group Sending Pizzas To Workers At NYC, Long Island HospitalsOne group of New Yorkers is putting out a call for donations to "Feed our Frontline" -- health care workers at area hospitals.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau Officials Warn Of Phone Scams Targeting Anxious ResidentsNassau County Executive Laura Curran urged people to “be vigilant.”