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Rockland County Thurgood Marshall Human Rights Monument UnveiledThe Rockland County Thurgood Marshall Human Rights Monument was unveiled Thursday.
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New York Preparing For Potential Staffing Disruptions As Vaccine Deadline Approaches For Health Care WorkersNew York City is just days away from enacting a vaccine mandate that could have a big impact on schools; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
MTA Kicks Off First Round Of Public Meetings On Congestion PricingThe MTA kicks off its first round of public meetings on congestion pricing, getting an earful from outer borough residents about the plan to toll drivers to fund mass transit; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
CDC Panel Endorses Pfizer Booster Shot For Certain GroupsA panel with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention overwhelmingly voted to recommend a single Pfizer booster shot for certain groups Thursday.
'Singing Phlebotomist' Brings Joy Through SongA medical worker in New Jersey calls himself the "Singing Phlebotomist." A phlebotomist is someone who draws blood, but this one says his calling is to bring joy through song; Jericka Duncan reports for CBS2.
Metropolitan Opera Returns Monday With First Black ComposerNew York's reopening hits another mark in just days.

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