New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Saturday used social media and his daily coronavirus briefing to lash out against "injustice in the criminal justice system" and called for an end to the violent protests that have taken place in several cities across the United States following the brutal death of George Floyd.
A New York laboratory is overwhelmed with shipments of coronavirus tests, and has directed county health officers to send shipments elsewhere.
A New York barber who cut hair over the past few weeks amid the state's coronavirus restrictions has tested positive for the virus, according to health officials on Wednesday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued an advisory on Thursday regarding a severe inflammatory condition found in children that's believed to be associated with the coronavirus.
The services will be offered to frontline workers free of charge.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo lightened up the mood in what has been an otherwise tense and tumultuous few months due to the coronavirus by joking that he is an eligible bachelor in New York City.
Testing for the coronavirus will dramatically expand across New York under an executive order Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday that will allow independent pharmacies to collect samples to test for the bug.
A group of New York City volunteers are collecting iPads from across the country and donating them to hospitals to help patients virtually connect with family members unable to be present.
The U.S. surpassed Italy as the country with the most deaths from the coronavirus on Saturday as authorities world-wide implored citizens to maintain lockdowns despite the Easter holiday weekend.
Samaritan's Purse charity opened their 68-bed field hospital in New York City's Central Park on Wednesday to offer additional help for coronavirus patients.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) deployed 85 refrigerated trucks to New York City to serve as temporary morgues where hospitals will place the overflow of bodies, as the coronavirus death toll climbed steadily on Monday.
Rep. Nydia Velazquez, D-N.Y., said Monday that she has been diagnosed “with presumed coronavirus infection” but added that her symptoms so far have been mild.
A mailman who worked in the Bronx has died from the coronavirus, according to the man’s labor union.
As New York City has become an epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic globally, the staff of its hospitals have become “overwhelmed.”
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson told "The Story" Wednesday that there is promise in a new therapy to fight the coronavirus contagion.
The state has over 30,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 12 percent of which are hospitalized.
The coronavirus endemic has led to three deaths at an elderly nursing facility on Long Island’s North Fork, where 12 others have also been sickened.
At least four states in the U.S. have started to release prisoners from their jails as coronavirus infections have begun to appear from within.
A Vanderbilt University student who tested positive for coronavirus said he "feels fine" after seven days of isolation, and continues to go about his regular workout routine while quarantined inside his Long Island home, he told "America’s News HQ."
New York City officials on Sunday said its public school system will close for over a month in an effort to halt the spread of the coronavirus, a decision affecting over 1.1 million children.