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When should New York City reopen? Governor: It's my call

When should New York City reopen? Governor: It's my call

New York City's mayor unveiled a new set of data thresholds Friday to help determine when to loosen restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic Read full article: When should New York City reopen? Govern...→

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV ripped Judge Emmet Sullivan as a "political activist judge.""He's a disg [...] Read full article: Without mentioning him by name, former N...→

The Latest: Probe suggests more virus deaths in Mexico City

- Probe suggests many more virus-related deaths in Mexico City than official count.... MEXICO CITY - A registry of death certificates in Mexico City suggests t [...] Read full article: The Latest: Probe suggests more virus de...→

Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Elective Surgery As Latest Steps To Reopening New York

Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Elective Surgery As Latest Steps To Reopening New York

Improving COVID-19 are allowing more reopening on at hospitals in two counties in downstate New York as well as horse and auto racetracks across the state, tho [...] Read full article: Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Electiv...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

A man who was arrested for burglarizing a New York City store this week also bro [...]

A man who was arrested for burglarizing a New York City store this week also broke into another last month and an ice cream shop down the same street. Police s [...] Read full article: A man who was arrested for burglarizing ...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Measures At Long-Term Care Facilities Came 'Little Too Late' After Grandmother Was Allegedly Denied COVID-19 Test

Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Measures At Long-Term Care Facilities Came 'Little Too Late' After Grandmother Was Allegedly Denied COVID-19 Test

Auletta says it got so bad that she and her mother decided to remove her grandmother from a facility after staff allegedly denied her a COVID-19 test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Me...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Unlike some other testing sites, people do not have to be showing symptoms to qualify for a test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding C...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state to authorize line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19. Read full article: De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefit...→

New website aims to empower New York City's food scene amid the COVID-19 pandemic - amNewYork

A new digital initiative has launched to help empower New York City's restaurants and bars during the COVID-19 pandemic. #SaveNYCEats is an online Read full article: New website aims to empower New York Cit...→

'COVID Toes,' Other Rashes Latest Possible Rare Virus Signs

Skin doctors suddenly are looking at a lot of toes - whether by emailed picture or video visit - as concern grows that for some people, a sign of COVID-19 may [...] Read full article: 'COVID Toes,' Other Rashes Latest Possib...→

CDC To Release New Information On Children's Mystery Illness Linked To COVID-19

CDC To Release New Information On Children's Mystery Illness Linked To COVID-19

Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome causes a rare condition that is causing organ failure in organ function.  Read full article: CDC To Release New Information On Childr...→

Rush hospital system latest to make cuts amid COVID-19 financial struggles

Rush hospital system latest to make cuts amid COVID-19 financial struggles

The Rush University System for Health plans to not give raises this year and is asking executives to take pay cuts after suffering financial losses related to [...] Read full article: Rush hospital system latest to make cuts...→

New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths

New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths

It has been hard to find any kind of silver linings since the coronavirus pandemic has essentially put life on hold for much of the nation and the world. Read full article: New York City breaks record: 58 straight...→

New York City Reports More Than 50 Children Suffering From Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

New York City Reports More Than 50 Children Suffering From Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

During Tuesday’s daily briefing, Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city has confirmed 52 cases, including one death. Ten other cases are pending. Read full article: New York City Reports More Than 50 Child...→

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering New Free Online Course To Train COVID-19 Contact Tracers For New York State

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering New Free Online Course To Train COVID-19 Contact Tracers For New York State

If you’re looking for something to do to help during the coronavirus pandemic, a new online course can train you to become a contact tracer to help stop the sp [...] Read full article: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering ...→

Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How Facebook and YouTube are trying to control information about COVID

Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How Facebook and YouTube are trying to control information about COVID

Social media giants are tightening censorship against people who protest coronavirus lockdowns and raise evidence the virus may be less risky than initially th [...] Read full article: Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How...→

New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning, De Blasio Says

New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning, De Blasio Says

"It's going to be a huge effort, an unprecedented effort," the mayor said. "The greatest challenge I'd say this school system has ever faced." Read full article: New York City Summer School Will Be Done...→

‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possible coronavirus signs

‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possible coronavirus signs

Boston dermatologist Esther Freeman expected to see skin complaints as the coronavirus pandemic unfolded — various kinds of rashes occur when people get very i [...] Read full article: ‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possib...→

Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio announces COVID-19 heat wave plan - amNewYork

The heat is coming and Mayor Bill de Blasio finally released a plan Friday on how to help New Yorkers stay cool during the city's notoriously sweltering Read full article: Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio anno...→

New York City has barred many employers from making job applicants get tested fo [...]

New York City has barred many employers from making job applicants get tested for marijuana use, under a law that took effect over the weekend... The NYPD bust [...] Read full article: New York City has barred many employers ...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's the latest on COVID-19

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's the latest on COVID-19

Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday that the Chicago region is not on track to move to the next phase of his reopening plan later this month, and models now indicat [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's ...→

When should New York City reopen? Governor: It's my call

When should New York City reopen? Governor: It's my call

New York City's mayor unveiled a new set of data thresholds Friday to help determine when to loosen restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic Read full article: When should New York City reopen? Govern...→

Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How Facebook and YouTube are trying to control information about COVID

Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How Facebook and YouTube are trying to control information about COVID

Social media giants are tightening censorship against people who protest coronavirus lockdowns and raise evidence the virus may be less risky than initially th [...] Read full article: Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV ripped Judge Emmet Sullivan as a "political activist judge.""He's a disg [...] Read full article: Without mentioning him by name, former N...→

New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning, De Blasio Says

New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning, De Blasio Says

"It's going to be a huge effort, an unprecedented effort," the mayor said. "The greatest challenge I'd say this school system has ever faced." Read full article: New York City Summer School Will Be Done...→

New website aims to empower New York City's food scene amid the COVID-19 pandemic - amNewYork

A new digital initiative has launched to help empower New York City's restaurants and bars during the COVID-19 pandemic. #SaveNYCEats is an online Read full article: New website aims to empower New York Cit...→

‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possible coronavirus signs

‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possible coronavirus signs

Boston dermatologist Esther Freeman expected to see skin complaints as the coronavirus pandemic unfolded — various kinds of rashes occur when people get very i [...] Read full article: ‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possib...→

CDC To Release New Information On Children's Mystery Illness Linked To COVID-19

CDC To Release New Information On Children's Mystery Illness Linked To COVID-19

Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome causes a rare condition that is causing organ failure in organ function.  Read full article: CDC To Release New Information On Childr...→

A man who was arrested for burglarizing a New York City store this week also bro [...]

A man who was arrested for burglarizing a New York City store this week also broke into another last month and an ice cream shop down the same street. Police s [...] Read full article: A man who was arrested for burglarizing ...→

New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths

New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths

It has been hard to find any kind of silver linings since the coronavirus pandemic has essentially put life on hold for much of the nation and the world. Read full article: New York City breaks record: 58 straight...→

Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Measures At Long-Term Care Facilities Came 'Little Too Late' After Grandmother Was Allegedly Denied COVID-19 Test

Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Measures At Long-Term Care Facilities Came 'Little Too Late' After Grandmother Was Allegedly Denied COVID-19 Test

Auletta says it got so bad that she and her mother decided to remove her grandmother from a facility after staff allegedly denied her a COVID-19 test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Me...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

New York City Reports More Than 50 Children Suffering From Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

New York City Reports More Than 50 Children Suffering From Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

During Tuesday’s daily briefing, Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city has confirmed 52 cases, including one death. Ten other cases are pending. Read full article: New York City Reports More Than 50 Child...→

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Unlike some other testing sites, people do not have to be showing symptoms to qualify for a test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding C...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state to authorize line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19. Read full article: De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefit...→

The Latest: Probe suggests more virus deaths in Mexico City

- Probe suggests many more virus-related deaths in Mexico City than official count.... MEXICO CITY - A registry of death certificates in Mexico City suggests t [...] Read full article: The Latest: Probe suggests more virus de...→

'COVID Toes,' Other Rashes Latest Possible Rare Virus Signs

Skin doctors suddenly are looking at a lot of toes - whether by emailed picture or video visit - as concern grows that for some people, a sign of COVID-19 may [...] Read full article: 'COVID Toes,' Other Rashes Latest Possib...→

Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Elective Surgery As Latest Steps To Reopening New York

Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Elective Surgery As Latest Steps To Reopening New York

Improving COVID-19 are allowing more reopening on at hospitals in two counties in downstate New York as well as horse and auto racetracks across the state, tho [...] Read full article: Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Electiv...→

Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio announces COVID-19 heat wave plan - amNewYork

The heat is coming and Mayor Bill de Blasio finally released a plan Friday on how to help New Yorkers stay cool during the city's notoriously sweltering Read full article: Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio anno...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

Rush hospital system latest to make cuts amid COVID-19 financial struggles

Rush hospital system latest to make cuts amid COVID-19 financial struggles

The Rush University System for Health plans to not give raises this year and is asking executives to take pay cuts after suffering financial losses related to [...] Read full article: Rush hospital system latest to make cuts...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

New York City has barred many employers from making job applicants get tested fo [...]

New York City has barred many employers from making job applicants get tested for marijuana use, under a law that took effect over the weekend... The NYPD bust [...] Read full article: New York City has barred many employers ...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's the latest on COVID-19

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's the latest on COVID-19

Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday that the Chicago region is not on track to move to the next phase of his reopening plan later this month, and models now indicat [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's ...→

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering New Free Online Course To Train COVID-19 Contact Tracers For New York State

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering New Free Online Course To Train COVID-19 Contact Tracers For New York State

If you’re looking for something to do to help during the coronavirus pandemic, a new online course can train you to become a contact tracer to help stop the sp [...] Read full article: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering ...→

When should New York City reopen? Governor: It's my call

When should New York City reopen? Governor: It's my call

New York City's mayor unveiled a new set of data thresholds Friday to help determine when to loosen restrictions imposed during the coronavirus pandemic Read full article: When should New York City reopen? Govern...→

Popular New York City eatery gives sneak peek at post-coronavirus dining - amNewYork

BY ALEKSANDRA MICHALSKA As shut-in Americans long for the days when they can once again enjoy simple pleasures like dining out, one New York City Read full article: Popular New York City eatery gives sneak...→

Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How Facebook and YouTube are trying to control information about COVID

Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How Facebook and YouTube are trying to control information about COVID

Social media giants are tightening censorship against people who protest coronavirus lockdowns and raise evidence the virus may be less risky than initially th [...] Read full article: Alex Berenson: Coronavirus crisis -- How...→

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

New York City Stepping Up Support For Nursing Homes, Mayor Calls For More Home-Based Care

As of May 18, there were 5,630 coronavirus-related deaths at nursing homes statewide, with 3,050 in the city alone. Those Read full article: New York City Stepping Up Support For Nu...→

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on News [...]

Without mentioning him by name, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax TV ripped Judge Emmet Sullivan as a "political activist judge.""He's a disg [...] Read full article: Without mentioning him by name, former N...→

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has called on the state to authorize line-of-duty benefits for families of city employees who died of COVID-19. Read full article: De Blasio calls for line-of-duty benefit...→

New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning, De Blasio Says

New York City Summer School Will Be Done Via Remote Learning, De Blasio Says

"It's going to be a huge effort, an unprecedented effort," the mayor said. "The greatest challenge I'd say this school system has ever faced." Read full article: New York City Summer School Will Be Done...→

The Latest: Probe suggests more virus deaths in Mexico City

- Probe suggests many more virus-related deaths in Mexico City than official count.... MEXICO CITY - A registry of death certificates in Mexico City suggests t [...] Read full article: The Latest: Probe suggests more virus de...→

New website aims to empower New York City's food scene amid the COVID-19 pandemic - amNewYork

A new digital initiative has launched to help empower New York City's restaurants and bars during the COVID-19 pandemic. #SaveNYCEats is an online Read full article: New website aims to empower New York Cit...→

'COVID Toes,' Other Rashes Latest Possible Rare Virus Signs

Skin doctors suddenly are looking at a lot of toes - whether by emailed picture or video visit - as concern grows that for some people, a sign of COVID-19 may [...] Read full article: 'COVID Toes,' Other Rashes Latest Possib...→

‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possible coronavirus signs

‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possible coronavirus signs

Boston dermatologist Esther Freeman expected to see skin complaints as the coronavirus pandemic unfolded — various kinds of rashes occur when people get very i [...] Read full article: ‘COVID toes,’ other rashes latest possib...→

Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Elective Surgery As Latest Steps To Reopening New York

Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Elective Surgery As Latest Steps To Reopening New York

Improving COVID-19 are allowing more reopening on at hospitals in two counties in downstate New York as well as horse and auto racetracks across the state, tho [...] Read full article: Gov. Cuomo Adds Racetracks, More Electiv...→

Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio announces COVID-19 heat wave plan - amNewYork

The heat is coming and Mayor Bill de Blasio finally released a plan Friday on how to help New Yorkers stay cool during the city's notoriously sweltering Read full article: Summer in the city: Mayor de Blasio anno...→

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

View from the front lines: The lives impacted by coronavirus in New York City

CBS News spent seven days at the Montefiore Medical Center in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the CBS News special, "Bravery [...] Read full article: View from the front lines: The lives imp...→

CDC To Release New Information On Children's Mystery Illness Linked To COVID-19

CDC To Release New Information On Children's Mystery Illness Linked To COVID-19

Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome causes a rare condition that is causing organ failure in organ function.  Read full article: CDC To Release New Information On Childr...→

A man who was arrested for burglarizing a New York City store this week also bro [...]

A man who was arrested for burglarizing a New York City store this week also broke into another last month and an ice cream shop down the same street. Police s [...] Read full article: A man who was arrested for burglarizing ...→

Rush hospital system latest to make cuts amid COVID-19 financial struggles

Rush hospital system latest to make cuts amid COVID-19 financial struggles

The Rush University System for Health plans to not give raises this year and is asking executives to take pay cuts after suffering financial losses related to [...] Read full article: Rush hospital system latest to make cuts...→

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commissioner Says 'Worst Appears To Be Behind Us' But City Will Need To See More Decline In COVID-19 Cases Before Reopening

The city of Philadelphia remains in the state's red phase, despite some promising declines in cases recently. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farle [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Philadelphia: Health Commiss...→

New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths

New York City breaks record: 58 straight days with no pedestrian deaths

It has been hard to find any kind of silver linings since the coronavirus pandemic has essentially put life on hold for much of the nation and the world. Read full article: New York City breaks record: 58 straight...→

New York City has barred many employers from making job applicants get tested fo [...]

New York City has barred many employers from making job applicants get tested for marijuana use, under a law that took effect over the weekend... The NYPD bust [...] Read full article: New York City has barred many employers ...→

Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Measures At Long-Term Care Facilities Came 'Little Too Late' After Grandmother Was Allegedly Denied COVID-19 Test

Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Measures At Long-Term Care Facilities Came 'Little Too Late' After Grandmother Was Allegedly Denied COVID-19 Test

Auletta says it got so bad that she and her mother decided to remove her grandmother from a facility after staff allegedly denied her a COVID-19 test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: NJ Woman Says New Me...→

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begin COVID-19 Testing For Every Nursing Home Resident, Employee

Wolf said his administration will undertake the surveillance testing, with a goal of testing every resident and employee once a week, given the pandemic's trem [...] Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Pennsylvania To Begi...→

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

New York City, Boston could break century-old cold weather records

There's finally light at the end of this cold, wintry tunnel with 24 more hours to go of this May chill before temperatures warm rapidly into the weekend. Read full article: New York City, Boston could break centur...→

New York City Reports More Than 50 Children Suffering From Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

New York City Reports More Than 50 Children Suffering From Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

During Tuesday’s daily briefing, Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city has confirmed 52 cases, including one death. Ten other cases are pending. Read full article: New York City Reports More Than 50 Child...→

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's the latest on COVID-19

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's the latest on COVID-19

Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday that the Chicago region is not on track to move to the next phase of his reopening plan later this month, and models now indicat [...] Read full article: Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's ...→

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding COVID-19 Testing In Delaware Valley

Unlike some other testing sites, people do not have to be showing symptoms to qualify for a test. Read full article: Coronavirus Latest: Rite Aid Expanding C...→

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering New Free Online Course To Train COVID-19 Contact Tracers For New York State

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering New Free Online Course To Train COVID-19 Contact Tracers For New York State

If you’re looking for something to do to help during the coronavirus pandemic, a new online course can train you to become a contact tracer to help stop the sp [...] Read full article: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Offering ...→