De Blasio Outlines Plan To Distribute COVID Vaccine Once It's ApprovedThe mayor says it will be available regardless of a person's ability to pay for it.
Gov. Cuomo Unveils Initial Framework For New York's Delivery Of COVID-19 Vaccine To ResidentsGov. Andrew Cuomo predicts 40 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine are what the state will need, as he announced Sunday a preliminary plan for distributing one.
Coronavirus Vaccine Update: Pfizer To Begin Testing In Children 12 And Up, Eli Lilly Pauses Trial Of Antibody TreatmentThere's some progress in the race for a coronavirus vaccine.
Johnson & Johnson Pauses Trial Of Experimental COVID Vaccine After Volunteer Develops Unexplained IllnessJohnson & Johnson says the patient's condition is now being evaluated by an independent data monitoring board, along with its own physicians.
CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Explains Why Moderna's COVID Vaccine Trial Has Been SlowedOne of the most promising COVID-19 vaccine trials has been slowed due to a lack of minority participation.
Putin Claims Russia Has Developed Coronavirus VaccineThe Russian president says the vaccine has been registered for use and one of his daughters has already been inoculated.
Health Officials Warn NYC Parents About Drop In Childhood Vaccinations During Coronavirus ShutdownThe mayor specifically mentioned the pneumonia vaccine, warning that children with compromised respiratory systems are more vulnerable to COVID-19.
Max Minute: Several Companies Say They Are Making Strides In Developing COVID-19 VaccineThe race to develop and test a coronavirus vaccine is proceeding at warp speed, with several companies reporting promising results.
Max Minute: Clearing Up Confusion About Coronavirus Vaccine ResearchThe race is on to develop a vaccine to protect against the coronavirus. But can one be developed quickly and safely?
Measles Outbreak: New York State Ends Religious Exemptions For VaccinationsGov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill yesterday that ended vaccination exemptions based on religious beliefs.
Officials Push For New York Lawmakers To End Religious Vaccination ExemptionsSuch exemptions are believed to have led to the current outbreak.
Mumps Vaccine Wearing Off May Be Driving Spike Among StudentsThere has been a mumps vaccine for decades, but cases are on the rise among young adults, even those who got the vaccine as children.
Experimental Zika Vaccine To Begin Human TestingAn experimental vaccine for the Zika virus is due to begin human testing in coming weeks, after getting the green light from U.S. health officials.
NJ Nurse Accused of Reusing Flu Shot SyringesThe board said in a consent order that the nurse `administered an inadequate amount of the flu vaccine to patients using single-use syringes
Concern Mounts After CDC Says This Season's Flu Vaccine Only 23 Percent EffectiveThe poor showing is primarily because the vaccine doesn't include the bug that is making most people sick, health officials say.