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New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn says Monday is going to be a beauty. Here's your 11 p.m. forecast.
Making Bracelets And Making A DifferenceRidgewood, N.J. teenagers are turning their hobby of making bracelets into a movement to raise money to purchase medical supplies for healthcare workers on the front lines battling coronavirus at Valley Hospital. CBS2's Christina Fan reports
Long Island Emergency Crews Sound Sirens Honoring Healthcare WorkersEmergency workers in Suffolk County on Sunday paid tribute to area healthcare workers battling coronavirus by sounding sirens in towns all over. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
Bronx Zoo Tiger Tests Positive For COVID-19The Bronx Zoo announced on Sunday that a Malayan tiger has tested positive for coronavirus, and that other big cats are showing symptoms. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
N.J. Coronavirus Cases Grow 10% In 24 HoursNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy continues to stress his state's need for medical supplies as positive cases soared 10% from Saturday to Sunday. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
150,000 Surgical Masks Delivered To Suffolk CountyLong Island is bracing for a surge in coronavirus cases and on Sunday Suffolk County received 150,000 surgical masks for front-line workers. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
New York Bracing For Perhaps The Most Difficult Week YetNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo had some positive news in the fight against coronavirus, while Mayor Bill de Blasio cautioned that the city could face a ventilator shortage early this week. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
It Was A Virtual Palm Sunday For ManyCardinal Dolan held Palm Sunday mass on Sunday inside an empty St. Patrick's Cathedral as many parishioners watched online. It was yet another reality of the coronavirus outbreak. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports
New York Weather: CBS2 6:30 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn is calling for a really nice day on Monday. Here's your evening forecast.
Virtual Funerals Have Become An Unfortunate Reality Of COVID-19Funeral directors all over the Tri-State Area have been forced to turn to virtual funerals for loved ones to say goodbye to their friends and family members. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports
Sen. Schumer Calls For Appointment Of Federal Medical Supply CzarNew York Sen. Chuck Schumer reiterated his desire for the president to appoint a federal medical supply czar to make sure items are getting to where they are needed most. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
U.S. Surgeon General Warns Of Grim Week AheadU.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams says this will be an especially difficult week as the coronavirus outbreak continues. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
N.J., Conn. Coronavirus Cases Continue To ClimbHere are the latest numbers on coronavirus positive cases and deaths in New Jersey and Connecticut. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
Outbreak Forcing Some Grocery Stores To Suddenly CloseSome businesses that sell prepared food, like grocery stores and supermarkets, are having issues with staffing due to the outbreak, resulting in sudden closures. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
40 Patients Moved to USNS ComfortThe Navy says at least 40 patients have been transferred to the USNS Comfort in New York Harbor. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
De Blasio: Medical Supplies Could Last Through TuesdayMayor Bill de Blasio says he is encouraged by the medical supply situation at New York City hospitals, at least in the short term. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
Gov. Cuomo: Coronavirus Apex May Be Close In NYSGov. Cuomo says while the number of cases continues to rise, the number of deaths and hospitalizations are down, perhaps a sign that the apex of the outbreak in New York state is close. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
NYPD, PBA Deliver Meals To Hospital Workers In QueensNew York Police Department officers and Police Benevolent Association leaders made a special delivery to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in Queens. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
New York Weather: 4/4 Saturday ForecastCBS2's John Elliott reports. Mostly cloudy and damp early, with morning lows in the 40s, turn into drier skies and highs in the upper 50s. Warmer on Sunday!
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's John Elliott has your forecast.
Rabbi Wounded In Monsey Synagogue Attack DiesJosef Neumann, who was gravely injured in the machete attack back on Dec. 28, has succumbed to his injuries, CBS2 has confirmed. Dana Tyler reports
Trump: Social Distancing Guidelines Extended To April 30President Donald Trump has abandoned his plan to reopen the country by Easter, saying Sunday that strict social distancing guidelines in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak will continue through April. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
USNS Comfort To Arrive Monday, Field Hospital Coming To Central ParkAs New York City continues to battle the coronavirus outbreak, the USNS Comfort medical ship is set to arrive in NY Harbor on Monday. Also, a field hospital is being set up in Central Park. CBS2's Christina Fan reports
Suffolk County Leaders Thank First RespondersSuffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, the county police commissioner, and others showed up Sunday at the Stony Brook coronavirus testing site to thank first responders with a meal.

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