Coronavirus Update: Bergen County Teachers Band Together Making 3D Printed Face Shields For Health Care WorkersThey have 35 printers set up in six locations, and in just a week made and delivered more than 600 masks.
Coronavirus Update: NYC Farmers Markets Open With New Safety GuidelinesSpring has sprung at farmers markets around New York City, but new safety guidelines are being strictly enforced during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Nursing Home Workers 'Terrified' About Bringing Virus HomeNursing home workers have been reusing a lot of their supplies, and in some cases, they're getting creative, using household items like garbage bags as gowns.
Coronavirus Update: How To Make Your Own Face Mask At HomeNew York City health officials now say people should cover their faces whenever they leave their homes to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Many Children With Autism Not Getting Classes, Services They Need During PandemicFor children with autism, a set schedule is key, and it's just not classroom time the kids are missing. Many are not getting the services they need.
Coronavirus: NJ Gov. Orders State Police To Commandeer Needed Medical SuppliesThe order came as New Jersey saw deaths related to COVID-19 illness jumped 182 in 24-hours to a total of 537.
Coronavirus Update: New Yorkers Practicing Self-Care While Finding Ways To Pass The Time At HomeWellness expert Samantha Cassetty says it's important for people to participate in activities to combat negative emotions.
Coronavirus Update: Montefiore Hospital Nurses Protest Lack Of Protective Equipment, Say They Feel Like 'Sheep Going To Slaughter'"I'm frightened to go to work. I've never been frightened in 33 years as a nurse," one nurse said.
Coronavirus Update: Those Struggling With Addiction Can Find Many Chats, Apps To Replace In-Person MeetingsPeople struggling with addiction are feeling more isolated and alone than ever, but they don’t have to be. Many are turning to social media for help.
Coronavirus Update: Volunteer Group In N.J. Town Making Sure Seniors Don't Put Themselves At RiskA Union County town is stepping up to help those who are most vulnerable during these dangerous times.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Senior Center Workers Continue Helping Those In Need During CrisisWorkers are delivering food to roughly 250 seniors each day. They're even taking some of them to doctor's appointments.