New Jersey Reopens Casinos, Amusement Parks And More In Time For July 4th WeekendBusinesses must operate at only 25% capacity with proper safety measures in place, and face coverings are required.
New York City Delays Indoor Dining As Coronavirus Cases Climb Across CountryEarlier this week, the mayor and governor said they were considering pumping the brakes on indoor dining.
Many People Experiencing 'FOGO,' Or Fear Of Going Out, As More Places ReopenRecent studies show many Americans are worried about re-entering society after months of isolation.
New Jersey Swimming Pools, Salons And Barbershops Reopen With RestrictionsCBS2's Nick Caloway reports plenty of people were smiling behind their face coverings as they went to get the hair and nails done for the first time in months.
Mayor De Blasio Says Playgrounds For Younger Kids Can Reopen MondayThe announcement followed days of complaints from elected officials and community leaders. Some even broke playground locks in defiance of the order.
Connecticut Begins Phase 2 Reopening, Welcomes Back Indoor Dining, Salons, Gyms And MoreOn a sunny Wednesday, it was hard to tell indoor dining is now allowed in Connecticut, as customers took advantage of the weather and sat outside along busy Greenwich Avenue.
New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor DiningRestaurants can begin outdoor dining Monday, and non-essential retail stores can allow customers inside.
NYC Installs Thousands Of Air Conditioners For Low-Income Seniors, Increases Help On Summer Utility BillsThe mayor introduced what he called “Get Cool NYC” last month after announcing the city’s public pools would remain closed due to health concerns and budget cuts.
Long Island Welcomes Phase 2 Reopening, With Outdoor Dining, Hair Salons And BarbershopsOn Tuesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled guidelines for the eventual return of indoor dining.
New York City Officially Enters Phase 1 Of Reopening With Curbside Retail, Construction And ManufacturingPhase 1 is a return to retail for curbside pickups, along with construction and manufacturing.
New York City Reports No New Coronavirus Deaths For First Time Since MarchThe latest indicators put the city on pace to start Phase 1 of reopening on Monday.