Coronavirus Update: EMS Personnel Directed To Not Take Patients They Cannot Revive To NYC HospitalsAs one first responder told CBS2's Lisa Rozner on Thursday, it’s like a war right now.
Coronavirus Update: Map Of New York City Breaks Down COVID-19 Cases By Zip CodeEvery borough is feeling the brunt of the disease in spots, with some getting hit harder than others.
Coronavirus Update: When Outbreak Finally Ends, Will Those Fostering Pets Still Have Same Dedication?During times of trouble, people often find comfort in a four-legged companion. Many New Yorkers have taken in quarantine pets, which is, of course, beneficial for all parties involved.
Coronavirus Update: Rent Due For Millions Of New Yorkers, Many Fear They Can't Pay After Losing Work During PandemicGov. Andrew Cuomo has issued a 90-day moratorium on evictions for residential and commercial tenants but little to no plan for what happens after.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Shuts Down 10 Playgrounds Due To Social Distancing ViolationsThe mayor has warned if the public does not follow social distancing rules, more parks and playgrounds around the city will close.
Coronavirus Update: Fears Of Homeless On Subways Possibly Spreading Virus GrowThe homeless are packing New York City subways again, raising health concerns amid a chorus of demands that Mayor Bill de Blasio do something.
Coronavirus Update: Chris Cuomo, Brother Of NY Governor, Tests Positive For COVID-19Gov. Andrew Cuomo tried to answer the question on everyone's mind on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: Chefs, NYC Restaurants Feeding Healthcare Workers On The Front LinesMedical workers are putting their lives at risk in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak, working non-stop, sometimes without even thinking about a meal.
Coronavirus Update: Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer: 'I Want To Do My Part For The City I Love'As medical facilities continue to be overwhelmed by patients, thousands of people have signed up to provide relief.
Coronavirus Update: Did Local Leaders Send The Wrong Message In Early Days Of The Outbreak?It’s a question many are asking: In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic were public officials giving the wrong directives, sending the wrong message?
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Says NYPD To Fine People Who Do Not Practice Social Distancing $250-$500Various measures in the battle against the coronavirus outbreak continue to be taken by leaders all around the Tri-State Area.
Coronavirus Update: United Nations Donates Quarter Of A Million Masks To NYCU.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the 250,000 masks were just found in U.N. storage facilities.
Coronavirus Update: NYC 8-Year-Old Doing What She Can To Help Others In Her BuildingIn these tough times we’re hearing wonderful stories of people finding ways to help each other. CBS2's Cindy Hsu recently met a little girl who’s doing just that.
Coronavirus Update: Shea Says 7% Of NYPD Out Sick, But New Yorkers Need Not Worry About SafetyCommissioner Shea wants New Yorkers to know that our Finest are not in short supply.
Coronavirus Update: Optimism Reigns In Hotel Industry As Some In NYC Start Booking Rooms For SummerThe light at the end of this isolating tunnel may be more visible than you think.