In addition to salons and other similar businesses, the city will reopen some outdoor spaces, like dog parks and basketball courts. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez has the story.
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NYC Salons Among Businesses Ready For Phase 3 Reopening On MondayIn addition to salons and other similar businesses, the city will reopen some outdoor spaces, like dog parks and basketball courts. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez has the story.
Broadway Star Nick Cordero Dead At 41Cordero, who starred in "Bullets Over Broadway" and "A Bronx Tale," had been in a Los Angeles hospital for months battling coronavirus. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Businesses Optimistic At The Jersey ShoreCBS2's Dave Carlin went to Asbury Park on Sunday and talked to enthusiastic business owners and patrons.
NYC Set To Begin Phase 3 Of Reopening On MondayNail salons among those businesses that will reopen, in addition to more outdoor spaces. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Gov. Murphy Calls For National Strategy To Battle CoronavirusThe governor said New Jersey simply cannot go through another wave of the virus. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Coronavirus Cases Continue To Increase By The Thousands Daily Around The CountryFlorida, Texas, Arizona, and California continue to see very high daly numbers. CBS2's Tom Hanson reports
Concerns Rise About Travelers From Coronavirus Hotspot States Coming To Tri-State AreaWhile coronavirus numbers have been trending down in the tri-state area, there's concern about a recent spike in some places, especially as crowds gather to celebrate July 4th; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Do You Need To Wear A Face Mask Outside During The Summer?Now that it's July, the heat is making it more difficult to wear a mask outside and that could lead to more spreading of the coronavirus; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Experts Offer Advice For Getting Back To Healthy Habits Changed By COVID-19 PandemicWith lives so completely changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, many have let healthy habits go by the wayside, but can back to the office mean back to better health? CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Max Minute: Doctors Say Patients Don't Need To Worry About Coronavirus When Going To The ERHospitals in our area are no longer in crisis mode because of the coronavirus pandemic, but not everything is back to normal. Doctors say many patients are afraid to seek medical attention in the emergency room; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Amusement Parks, Arcades Reopen Along Jersey Shore In Time For July 4th WeekendAmusement parks and arcades were allowed to open in New Jersey on Thursday, and it couldn't have come at a better time for the Jersey Shore; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Mount Sinai Doctors, Scientists Investigate Health Conditions In Communities Of ColorA staggering number of people sick and dead in communities of color highlights health disparities in America. Doctors and scientists from Mount Sinai are going into the hardest hit communities to try to identify the conditions that lead to thousands of deaths; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Recreational Facilities Reopen In New JerseyMore restrictions were lifted in New Jersey on Thursday. Bowling alleys, casinos and other recreational facilities can welcome patrons again; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Mayor De Blasio Delivers Thursday's BriefingNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio delivers his latest update on the coronavirus and reopening.
Several Industries Reopen In New JerseyNew Jersey's casinos and other recreational facilities will reopen today.
NYC Reopening Affected As Coronavirus Cases Spike Across CountryWednesday's one-day total for positive coronavirus cases in the United States topped the 50,000 mark for the first time. The troubling increase is causing many states to rethink their reopening plans. So what does this mean for our area? CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Yale University Unveils Coronavirus Plans For Fall 2020Yale University has unveiled its plans to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Do Coronavirus Antibody Tests Work?Shortly after coronavirus cases started to rise in the U.S., antibody tests flooded the market, promising to answer the nagging question, could you be immune and protected from COVID-19? Dorothy Tucker reports for CBS2.
Officials Scramble To Contain Coronavirus Cluster In Rockland CountyOfficials are scrambling to contain a coronavirus cluster in Rockland County. It's linked to a party held two weeks ago, and some of those infected are refusing to assist contact tracers; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Some NYC Hotels Not Living Up To Higher Cleanliness Standards Amid Coronavirus PandemicHotels across the country are making dramatic changes to the way they clean facilities amid the coronavirus pandemic, but they're not all living up to these higher standards; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Researchers Find Connection Between Exercise Benefits For Pregnant Women, Breast MilkWe all know that exercise is good for your health, and that breast milk is good for babies' health. Now researchers have found that the benefits of exercise in moms-to-be can actually be passed along to their baby in breast milk; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Does New York Have Enough PPE For A Potential Second Wave Of Coronavirus?Is New York prepared for a second wave of the coronavirus? Did we learn anything from a lack of PPE the first time around? CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Indoor Dining In NYC Pushed Back Amid National Coronavirus ConcernsIndoor dining in New York City will no longer happen on Monday as planned. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are concerned doing that now could cause a quick increase in cases in our area; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Gov. Cuomo Holds Press Conference On Coronavirus Outbreak Across Country: July 1, 2020The governor discusses the federal government's handling of the pandemic and updates the media on the progress New York state is making.