Online Funeral Services An Unfortunate Byproduct Of Social Distancing MandateThe increasing death toll as a result of the coronavirus outbreak is putting a strain on funeral directors. Now, due to social distancing mandates, it is more difficult to say your final farewell, reports CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas.
Coronavirus Update: Volunteer Group In N.J. Town Making Sure Seniors Don't Put Themselves At RiskPeople living in one New Jersey town are reaching out to help older residents who must stay home. It's a neighbor-senior buddy program; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Coronavirus: Tempted By Shut-In Bargain Deals? Be Mindful Before You ClickSome of the biggest brands are slashing prices to make up for losses from the pandemic; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Former Rutgers Football Star Eric LeGrand Reflects On 10th Anniversary Of ParalysisOver the last decade, former Rutgers football star Eric LeGrand has become an inspiration after he was paralyzed during a game; CBS2's Otis Livingston spoke with him about the 10th anniversary of his life-changing moment.
New York Weather: CBS2 3/31 Evening Forecast at 6PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for March 31 at 6 p.m.
Coronavirus Update: Families Concerned About Paying Nannies While Working From HomeAs families are asked to stay home and practice social distancing, some are no longer in need of their domestic caregivers. So what does that mean for their pay? CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Father Joseph O'Hare, Longtime Fordham University President, Dies At Age 89Fordham University is mourning the loss of its longest serving president, Father Joseph O'Hare.
Coronavirus Update: Homeless Individuals Packing Subway Cars Amid PandemicThe homeless are packing New York City subways again, raising health concerns amid a chorus of demands that Mayor Bill de Blasio do something; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
College Decision Deadlines Approach With Prospective Students Unable To Visit CampusesThe college admissions process is hard enough, and now the pandemic is making it even harder. Decision deadlines are coming up and students are trying to commit to a college while unable to physically visit campuses; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus Update: More Help Coming For NJ Health Care Professionals, Those Out Of WorkIn New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy says more help is on the way for health care professionals and for people out of work.
Coronavirus Update: NYPD Receives Masks, Gloves, More SuppliesMuch needed supplies are on the way to New York City police officers.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Bill De Blasio Orders 10 Playgrounds ClosedMayor Bill de Blasio addressed the social distancing problem in New York City, particularly the issue of playgrounds.
Coronavirus Update: Brother Of Gov. Andrew Cuomo Diagnosed With COVID-19New York State's coronavirus cases now top 75,000, including Gov. Andrew Cuomo's brother, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo.
Coronavirus Update: Restaurant Owners Find Creative Ways To Offer Comfort To CustomersWhile dining in a restaurant remains off limits, local restaurant owners have come up with creative ways for us to find comfort in our home kitchens; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Coronavirus Update: Expert Offers Advice For Those Having Difficulty SleepingA lot of us are having sleepless nights and that lack of sleep can lead to significant problems; CBS2's Scott Rapoport reports.
Coronavirus Update: Caregivers Assisting Dementia, Alzheimer's Patients Struggling In New Ways During PandemicCaregivers whose loved ones are living with dementia and Alzheimer's disease are struggling in new ways during the outbreak. Many now feel trapped in their own homes without any help; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Coronavirus Update: Who Needs To Be Wearing A Face Mask?Much of the country seems to be split on whether or not you should be wearing masks outside the home. While a large movement on social media is pleaidng with people to cover up, health experts beg to differ; CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
Coronavirus Update: Bronxville Police Chief Concerned About Lack Of Social DistancingAre people growing tired of social distancing? The police chief in Bronxville in Westchester County thinks so, and he's concerned that will make things worse; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Coronavirus Update: Grocery Store Employees Worry About Safety, HealthGrocery store employees find themselves on the front lines of the coronavirus battle, and as customers continue to shop, workers worry about their safety; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Coronavirus Update: Extra Hospital Beds Made Available In New York CityStarting Tuesday, city hospitals have several new sites they can lean on to help alleviate the influx of patients; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Coronavirus Update: Mayor De Blasio Talks From USTA Billie Jean King Tennis CenterMayor Bill de Blasio gives an update on New York City's counter-COVID-19 efforts from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, which is being converted to another coronavirus field hospital.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Phil Murphy Updates On NJ COVID-19 EffectsGov. Phil Murphy talks on latest infection and death numbers, water system compliance, social distance restrictions and more to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Gov. Cuomo's Coronavirus Update -- March 31, 2020Gov. Andrew Cuomo addresses the media on Tuesday, says his brother has tested positive, and more.
Study: More Than One-Third Of NYC Households Lost Jobs Since Outbreak BeganA new survey says 36% of households in New York City reported they have had someone in their household lose employment because of business shutdowns ordered since the coronavirus outbreak began in the state three weeks ago. Katie Johnston reports.

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