Coronavirus Update: Queens Hospital See More Than A Dozen Patients Die From COVID-19 With 24 HoursNo one knows the impact of the coronavirus pandemic more than the medical professionals on the front lines. They face an endless stream of patients, and a dire need for equipment. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Mayor de Blasio Gives Update On City Response To PandemicMayor Bill de Blasio said there are now more than 21,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 infections in New York City.
Careful When Isolating Not To Tax Your Internet ServiceWe're all stuck in our homes waiting out the coronavirus outbreak. Many of us spend our time using the internet. But we need to be careful we're not putting too much stress on our service. CBS2's Cory James reports
If Recovered From Coronavirus, When Can You Leave Isolation?A New Jersey man has been living in isolation in the basement of his house while his family is upstairs. He's almost recovered from coronavirus and wants to know when he can leave isolation. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Gov. Phil Murphy Holds Briefing On Coronavirus ResponseNew Jersey now has 6,876 coronavirus cases, up 2,492 from just yesterday.
Toms River Police Paying It Forward With PizzasPolice in Toms River are paying for hundreds of pizzas to help local residents and businesses impacted by the coronavirus shutdown. CBS2's Kristine Johnson speaks with a detective about the initiative.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Briefing On Coronavirus ResponseCuomo estimated New York will lose $10-15 billion in revenue as a result of the pandemic.
How To Freeze Memberships During Coronavirus ShutdownMany businesses are closed amid the coronavirus shutdown, but some are still charing subscription and membership fees. CBS2's Nina Kapur spoke with a legal expert to see if there's any recourse.
The Queensboro Hoping Takeout Cocktails Can Help It Survive CoronavirusThe Queensboro in Jackson Heights is one such place that required a sharp pivot in their way of doing business. Packaged beer was always available with a food order. But now additional alcoholic beverages, if ordered with food, can be picked up or brought to your door. Katie Johnston reports.
Rikers Island Rate Of Coronavirus Infection 7 Times Higher Than CitywideThe Coronavirus is spreading rapidly through New York City, even more so at Rikers Island and other jails, according to Legal Aid Society. The organization says the infection rate at local jails is more than seven times higher than the rate citywide and 87 times higher than the country at large. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Patients Wanted For Antibodies TreatmentMount Sinai Hospital wants to start treating severely ill patients with antibodies from people who have beaten the virus.
Coronavirus Update: Deadly 24 At Elmhurst HospitalThe gravity of the coronavirus crisis in New York City became painfully clear overnight at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, where 13 patients died in 24 hours. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Coronavirus Update: NY Lawmakers Predict Worst Is Yet To ComeMayor Bill de Blasio has issued a dire warning to New Yorkers. He's predicting a surge in coronavirus cases. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the latest.
New York Halts Utility Rate HikesThe state has ordered utilities to postpone any planned rate increases during the coronavirus pandemic.
Monmouth County Seeking Medical SuppliesHealth care workers along the Jersey Shore are in desperate need of medical supplies.
Four Seasons Open To First RespondersManhattan's Four Seasons hotel is opening its doors to health care workers on the front lines in the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronvirus Update: Senate Approves $2 Trillion Stimulus PackageThe relief package for Americans hit hard by the coronavirus now goes to the House of Representatives after approval by the Senate late into the night.
New York Weather: Mostly SunnyCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
Coronavirus Update: How Can Student Athletes Stay Active While Sports Are Shut Down?Dan Cevette, president of operations for Prep Baseball Report NY, spoke to CBS2's Otis Livingston about how student athletes can remain in the swing of things during this unprecedented time.
Coronavirus Update: NBA All-Star Karl Anthony Towns Reveals Mother Tested Positive For COVID-19The mother of an NBA star from New Jersey is fighting for her life after contracting the coronavirus; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Max Minute: Can You Get The Coronavirus From A Cut Or Scrape?Dr. Max Gomez is answering your questions about the COVID-19 coronavirus. Go to facebook.com/cbsnewyork to submit your question and we'll try to answer it on-air and online!
Coronavirus Update: Manhattan Hotel Offers Free Rooms For Emergency WorkersA high-end Manhattan hotel is giving emergency workers the opportunity to stay overnight for free.
New York Weather: CBS2 3/25 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 25 at 11 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: Survivors Asked To Donate PlasmaMount Sinai Hospital wants to start treating severely ill patients with antibodies from people who have beaten the virus.