Studies: Death Rates For Those Hospitalized With COVID-19 Are DroppingThere is some good news for a change about the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York Ski Resorts Can Reopen Nov. 6 At 50% Capacity, Gov. Cuomo SaysSki resorts in New York will be allowed to reopen next month at half their indoor capacity with restrictions on sharing gondolas and face coverings required off the slopes.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Movie Theaters In Areas Outside NYC With Few Coronavirus Infections Can Reopen Oct. 23Movie theaters in New York City are not included; counties must have a positivity rate below 2% on a 14-day rolling average and be without any “cluster zones.”
More Than 200 People Found Inside Queens Banquet Hall For Illegal PartyThe banquet hall owner tells CBS2 he rented the venue out to "an individual" who then hosted the party.
Paterson, N.J. Board Of Education Extends Remote-Only Learning Into 2021Data from the New Jersey Department of Health showed 16 confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks linked to in-school transmission since August.
Promoters Behind Chainsmokers Drive-In Concert In Hamptons Fined $20,000The Chainsmokers headlined during the July concert in Southampton that was part of a drive-in series called "Safe and Sound."
Marist College Goes Remote, Suspends Activities After COVID-19 Cases Linked To Off-Campus GatheringMarist announced the initial lockdown Thursday after learning of COVID-19 cases stemming from a weekend off-campus gathering held without masks or social distancing.
Catering Hall Owners Plead For Gov. Cuomo To Allow Weddings To Resume; Venues On 'Brink Of Bankruptcy'While restaurants outside New York City are open at 50% capacity, catering halls can only host 50 people.
Schools: The New Normal | Health Expert Says Hand Washing, Social Distancing Are Most Important Protocols During In-Person ClassesQuestions are being raised about how to keep children safe from COVID-19 as many return to school for in-person classes.
New York City To Make Expanded Outdoor Dining Areas Permanent, Mayor de Blasio SaysThe mayor said restaurants will be allowed to permanently expand into parking areas in front of their restaurants and adjacent storefronts.
New York City Restaurants Want Clarity On Outdoor Heating Guidelines As Weather Gets ColderColder weather means New York City restaurants are facing new outdoor dining challenges.