Like all viruses, COVID-19 adapts, and we continue to adapt to keep New Yorkers safe too.
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.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that — more than 96 percent of city workers fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID-19 may have disappeared from the headlines but the coronavirus hasn’t gone away.
On Tuesday, September 27, 2022, the NYC Health Commissioner’s held a Communities Of Color Roundtable on the Covid-19 Booster and Influenza Vaccine on virtually on Zoom and live downtown NY.
Lendistry, the only nationwide fintech CDFI and the largest minority-led deployer of capital in COVID relief funding, announced today it will power Empire State Development’s NY State Seed Funding Grant Program.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced the launch of a new free hotline in New York for those who test positive for COVID-19.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the launch of a new free Hotline for those who test positive for COVID-19 but don’t have a health care provider, as part of the administration’s ongoing efforts to keep New Yorkers protected throughout the pandemic.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that her office recovered more than $122,000 for more than 690 consumers in New York City who paid for expedited COVID-19 tests but received their results later than the promised 24-hour timeframe.
NYC Health + Hospitals today administered the first COVID-19 vaccines for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommendation that children as young as 6 months be vaccinated against the virus.
The Health Department today announced that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine boosters for children ages 5 to 11 is widely available in New York City.