In just under a month, New Yorkers will be able to start seeing shows at smaller venues again; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
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Arts And Entertainment Venues In New York Get The Green Light To Reopen At Reduced CapacityIn just under a month, New Yorkers will be able to start seeing shows at smaller venues again; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
New Jersey Department Of Health Investigating Legionnaires' Disease ClusterThe New Jersey State Department of Health is investigating a cluster of Legionnaires' disease.
Long Island Woman Among First In Country To Receive Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine arrived on Long Island on Wednesday. One batch, delivered to Northwell Health in Bay Shore, went immediately into the arm of a lucky patient who was being discharged; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
New Rochelle Community Marks One Year Since First Confirmed Case Of COVID-19It's been one year since one of the first cases of the coronavirus was confirmed in our area. It was an attorney in Westchester County. As cases started to spread, the community came together through fear and grief and moved forward stronger; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
African Ebola Outbreak Will Affect Travelers Arriving In U.S.An Ebola outbreak in parts of Africa will now affect travelers coming into the United States.
Far Rockaway Residents Worried About Proposals To Cut Costs At Saint John's Episcopal HospitalCutting beds, services and staff -- those are three proposals to cut costs at Saint John's Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway. Some residents worry this could mean life or death for patients in the area; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Long Island Nursing Home Allowed To Receive Visitors AgainA nursing home on Long Island has met tough state standards to allow visitors back after they were stopped last March; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New FEMA COVID Vaccine Site Opens In Westchester CountyA new FEMA vaccination site opened Wednesday in Westchester County, and thousands of people have already signed up; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
New York Announces New Reopening Guidance For Smaller Arts And Entertainment VenuesWe now have a timetable for when people could start seeing shows again, and there is also an easing on certain travel restrictions; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Gov. Cuomo Addresses Sexual Harassment AllegationsNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo holds first public briefing amid sexual harassment allegations.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on coronavirus response and vaccine rollout in New York City.
Mass Vaccination Site Opens In YonkersCBS2's Mary Calvi has the story.
New York City Vaccination Sites Ready For Johnson & Johnson ShotNew York City's vaccination sites will soon be administering the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot and expanding their hours to do so.
NYC To Start Administering Johnson & Johnson ShotsJust days after the nation's third coronavirus vaccine was approved, it's about to make it into the arms of New Yorkers. Vaccination sites in the Bronx and Manhattan will be delivering doses and expanding their hours of operation. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Dr. Oz Helps Port Authority Police Revive Man At Newark AirportIt was like a scene from a TV drama playing out in real life. A well-known TV doctor helped Port Authority Police revive a man at Newark Airport on Monday night; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
President Biden Lays Out Ambitious COVID Vaccine Plan While Concern About New York Variant GrowsPresident Joe Biden is laying out his most ambitious COVID vaccine plan yet, and he wants all educators to be vaccinated by the end of this month in an effort to open schools as soon as possible; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
COVID 1 Year Later: NYC Once Epicenter Of Virus Outbreak In U.S.CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas offers a glimpse of the pandemic's deadly impact on the five boroughs.
COVID 1 Year Later: Vaccine And Road AheadCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has a look at the various vaccines and their efficacy as Americans hope and pray the shots will lead to life returning as normal sooner rather than later.
COVID 1 Year Later: Confusion And Chaos During Initial Months Of PandemicCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has a look at the virus' origin and how it spread around the world.
COVID 1 Year Later: What's Next For Long-Haulers?Some people are still dealing with long-term effects from coronavirus even though the virus has left their bodies. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
COVID 1 Year Later: Essential Workers Kept NYC, Tri-State Area In BusinessCBS2's Alice Gainer has more on the delivery workers and others who put their own health at risk to make sure you received services.
COVID 1 Year Later: Dealing With Food InsecurityAs CBS2's Vanessa Murdock explains, many people struggled to eat properly during the pandemic. Many food pantries and other charitable organizations stepped in to fill that void.
COVID 1 Year Later: Economic CrisisCBS2's Dave Carlin speaks to several area residents who were forced to reinvent themselves after losing their jobs or deciding to change careers as a result of the financial hardship caused by the virus.
Working From Home Leading To Neck, Back Pain Problems For SomeCOVID-19 has caused all sorts of health problems, and there's one you may not have connected to the pandemic. Doctors are seeing a lot of neck and back pain, but CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez says it's not from the coronavirus itself; it's from working at home.