With 906,433 active COVID-19 cases going on in the U.S. and COVID-related deaths up 12.5%, the Biden administration has decided that it would be smart money to stop forcing consumers to pay for COVID-19 tests and start handing them out for free again.
Like all viruses, COVID-19 adapts, and we continue to adapt to keep New Yorkers safe too.
The newest episode of Harlem-based Black Public Media’s AfroPoP Digital Shorts premieres on Monday, August 21, with Portal from acclaimed filmmaker Rodney Evans.
In the heart of Harlem, the majestic Cathedral of St. John the Divine is preparing to host a poignant service that will reverberate with heartfelt memories.
As the Big Apple bids farewell to the federal public health emergency declaration for COVID-19, New Yorkers are bracing themselves for a new era in the fight against the pandemic.
Today marks a historic moment in New York City’s pandemic response as the federal public health emergency declaration for COVID-19 comes to a close.
The Health Department today released its Annual Summary of Vital Statistics covering the year 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic wrought a terrible toll from Harlem to Hollis.
Remember March 2020? Cases of COVID-19 began to fill U.S. hospitals and there was more than a little fear of this new virus.
The Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation (WHGF) will bring back the 8th Annual Harlem Gymnastics Invitational (HGI) from February 24 to 26, 2023.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that — more than 96 percent of city workers fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
NYC Health + Hospitals is now offering updated COVID-19 bivalent vaccines for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
COVID-19 may have disappeared from the headlines but the coronavirus hasn’t gone away.
As New York City enters the holiday season, COVID-19 and other seasonal illnesses are seeing unusually high concurrent spikes.
Pfizer’s plan to as much as quadruple U.S. prices for its COVID-19 vaccine next year.
On October 6-9, 2022, Seitu Oronde was at the family-friendly New York Comic-Con (NYCC) event at Javits Center, New York.