New Yorkers: $600 Stimulus Not Nearly EnoughThough the federal government is pleased with the new COVID-19 relief package, many people in the Tri-State Area say the money coming their way won't even begin to solve their problems. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
3 Major Airlines To Screen Passengers Coming From U.K. To New YorkBut Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that's not enough to keep the new strain of coronavirus out of the state. He wants the federal government to act immediately. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
COVID Stimulus Deal Reached In WashingtonThe news came on the same day a second coronavirus vaccine was shipped out across the country. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Shipped Across CountryThe second vaccine was recently authorized by the FDA. This comes as million of Americans plan to travel this week for the Christmas holiday. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Letters To Santa: COVID-19 On The Minds Of ChildrenIf you think kids aren't really paying attention to the pandemic, you need to think again and watch CBS2's Cory James' report.
First Doses Of Pfizer Vaccine May Arrive In New York This WeekendThe news comes on the same day health officials in the United Kingdom were advising other countries of the potential allergic reactions some patients have to the vaccine. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
COVID Situation On Staten Island Getting Worse By The DayGov. Cuomo on Wednesday said the borough now has 25% of the deaths from the virus, but only has 5% of the total population of New York City. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Alarming Coronavirus Projections Issued In New JerseyThe forecast by state health officials shows daily COVID-19 case counts reaching between 6,000 and 9,000 and hospitalizations reaching as high as 7,000 in the next two months, and that is the moderate model. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Mayor De Blasio: More Restrictions Are ComingIt was a grim day across the Tri-State Area as New Jersey recorded close to 100 deaths, Connecticut's positivity rate went up, and New York continued to get the word out about testing sites across the city. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Woman In United Kingdom Is First To Get COVID-19 VaccineAll eyes were on the 90-year-old as she did what millions of people across the world hope to do soon. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Some NYC Students To Return To School On MondayThe city says it is still working on a plan for sixth grade through high school, but for now those students will remote remote only. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Survey: 55% Of FDNY Members Don't Want To Take COVID-19 VaccineThe unions representing firefighters and EMS workers say more education is needed that the vaccine is safe. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Staten Island Bar Manager Arrested For Second TimeDanny Presti, co-owner of Mac's Public House, was taken into custody after allegedly dragging a New York City Sheriff's deputy with his car late Saturday night. CBS2's Cory James reports.
Former NYC Mayor Giuliani In Hospital After Testing Positive For COVID-19Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, is the latest Trump associate to test positive. CBS2's Nancy Chen reports.
Back To School Monday For SomeSome New York City students will return to school on Monday for their first in-person instruction since Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all schools to go remote back on Nov. 19.
Survey Says More Than Half Of FDNY Members Won't Take VaccineNew York City's firefighters are among the first groups that will be offered the coronavirus vaccine after hospital workers, and nursing home patients and staff. But will they actually take it? CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Staten Island Bar Manager Arrested AgainInvestigators say the the co-owner of Mac's Public House hit a New York City Sheriff's deputy with his car and dragged him for about 100 yards. He now faces assault charges. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Who Will Get Vaccine After Health Care Workers, Most Vulnerable?A New York City councilman and the Brooklyn borough president say Black and brown people should be next in line, due to the impact the disease has made on those communities. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Lehman College Nursing Students Get Devastating NewsNearly four dozen students in the school's Family Nurse Practitioner program recently found out that the school had its accreditation withdrawn. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
'Dreamers' Get A Big WinPresident-elect Joe Biden says a new jobs report shows the economic outlook is grim, and on Friday there was a major court victory for the immigrant dreamers. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
COVID-19 Infection Concerns Rise In New Jersey And New YorkDoctors say the number of positive cases they are seeing on a daily basis looks a lot like they experienced back in the spring, and the situation appears to be getting worse. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Santa Set To Wear Mark, Appear Behind Plastic Or Online This Holiday SeasonArea malls are being careful when it comes to Santa Claus' visits and interactions with children. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports
COVID-19 Vaccine Education Campaign Begins On Long IslandDoses of a vaccine for coronavirus are coming in a matter of weeks, but not everyone is eager to take it. But as CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports Friday, the medical community is urging residents to lend their arms.
New York Young Republicans Gala At Center Of Public Spat Between LawmakersGov. Phil Murphy had some choice words for some Republicans who attended the secret, mask-less event, which was held in Jersey City on Thursday night. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.

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