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New Jersey Couple Drives People To Vaccine Appointments In 'Covee Car'A New Jersey couple is hitting the road in what they call their "covee car" to make sure people get vaccinated.
Families Of New Yorkers With Developmental Disabilities Call For COVID Restrictions To Be EasedThere's a call to ease COVID restrictions for some of our most vulnerable New Yorkers. Those with developmental disabilities, along with family members, are asking New York state to ease certain guidelines, especially for those who are fully vaccinated; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Bill To End Religious Vaccine Exemption From School Moves To Connecticut SenateA bill to end Connecticut's religious exemption from school immunization requirements is moving on to the state Senate.
Connecticut Governor: All COVID Restrictions Lifted By May 19, Masks RemainGov. Ned Lamont has announced he's lifting all COVID restrictions in May, with the exception of wearing masks indoors; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
COVID Restrictions In Connecticut Will Be Lifted In MayGov. Ned Lamont has announced he's lifting all COVID restrictions next month, with the exception of wearing masks indoors; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New Yorkers Over Age 50 Now Eligible For Walk-In AppointmentsIt got a lot easier to get a COVID vaccine for some New Yorkers on Saturday. City-run vaccination sites are now taking walk-in appointments for anyone over the age of 50; CBS2's John Dias reports.
Doctors Urge Patients To Stop Delaying Routine Medical AppointmentsMore than a year into the pandemic, doctors are discouraged by a persistent problem -- people are still delaying routine medical appointments or skipping them altogether, and it's leading to some serious health consequences; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
NYC Expands Eligibility For Walk-In COVID Vaccine AppointmentsNew York City is expanding walk-in COVID vaccine appointments.
New COVID-19 Variants Blamed For Surge Of New Cases In New YorkCOVID-19 variants are being blamed for nearly half of the new infections in New York City in the past week.
Psychologist On Talking To Children About Race, Police, And Witnessing Traumatic EventsCBS2 spoke with Dr. Jeffrey Gardere, a psychologist who says the dialogue should always be ongoing. 
Thousands COVID Vaccine Appointments Available In NYC; Pfizer CEO Says Booster Shot May Be NecessaryYou may have an easier time getting a COVID vaccine appointment in New York now as thousands more spots open up. This comes as we learn more about whether a third dose is needed; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
COVID In The Tri-State Area: Hospitalizations At Lowest Point In Four MonthsCOVID hospitalizations in the Tri-State Area are now at their lowest point in four months.
Thousands Of COVID Vaccine Appointments Open Up In New York CityThere's good news for qualified New Yorkers looking to get vaccinated. The challenge to secure appointments is apparently easing up as thousands of spots become available; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
New Study Finds Leaving Middle Seats On Airplanes Empty Can Reduce COVID TransmissionA new study finds that keeping the middle seat open on flights may be the safest bet.
CDC: More Data Needed Before Decision On Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe CDC advisory committee says more data on rare blood clots needs to be done before deciding on the next steps of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.
Help Available For Front-Line Workers In Need Of Mental Health Support In Wake Of PandemicThe pandemic is taking a toll on front-line workers with many experiencing trauma not only at work, but also at home. Many experts believe another crisis is brewing when it comes to mental health during this pandemic. Now, help is available; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Investigation Into Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine ContinuesInvestigators are working feverishly to determine whether the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine may have caused serious brain blood clots in six women; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Health Experts Stress Decision To Pause Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Distribution Is Out Of Abundance Of CautionHealth experts continue to stress the decision to pause distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is out of an abundance of caution, so should you be worried if you or someone you know already got the shot? CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
All 50 States Suspend Use Of Johnson & Johnson VaccineAll 50 states have suspended use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine. Some health officials are worried about patients who won't want to be vaccinated now, especially where hesitancy has been an issue; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
COVID Vaccination Sites Switch From Johnson & Johnson Vaccine To Others After Health Officials Recommend PauseMany COVID vaccination sites across the Tri-State Area are switching from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to others after the pause recommended by the CDC and FDA; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
NYC Health Department Releases New COVID-19 Variants ReportThe New York City Department of Health has released a new report on COVID-19 variants in the city.
Researchers Investigating Rare Reports Of Patients Developing Blood Clots After Receiving Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe FDA and the CDC are waiting for researchers to determine if the Johnson & Johnson vaccine causes or is related to blood clots; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Tri-State Area Pauses Distribution Of Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe Tri-State Area is following a federally recommended pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine prompted by concerns about rare cases of blood clots; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Addressing Concerns Of People Who Have Received The Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe reactions prompting the pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been very rare. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has more on those cases and what should you watch for if you recently received the J&J vaccine.

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