These past few days, New York City has been at the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic making sure that New Yorkers are receiving the support and resources they need.
The NY State Senate Democratic Majority today passed legislation to ensure employees in New York State will be able to access paid leave if they are subject to a mandatory or precautionary quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
New York businesses can only send half their staff outside under a new executive order Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday, as the city’s confirmed novel coronavirus case count reached 1,339.
Friends, In times like these, we need some lightheartedness. Frederick Douglass Houses (and NYCHA) resident Samantha (Sam) Diaz, 20, appeared on American Idol last night.
Twelve New Yorkers have died and the number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus spiked yet again to 1,374 cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday.
In the face of the declaration of a global pandemic and the declaration of a state of emergency in the U.S. and New York to fight the current COVID-19 outbreak,
The number of confirmed cases of the new coronavirus increased to 463 Monday morning, according to lawmakers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced new updates on the City’s response to COVID-19. The City will move towards a remote learning model for all school days until Spring Recess.
I thank Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio, Speaker Corey Johnson and all City Agencies for the work they are doing as we try to control and reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted emergency approval for Roche Holdings AG to market a new test for the coronavirus (COVID-19) that reportedly provides results much faster than existing tests.
Over 100 organizations across the city, spearheaded by the Right to Counsel NYC Coalition, sent a letter to NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio urging him to issue a citywide eviction moratorium.
Greetings from the Columbia-Harlem SBDC, this is a follow up from the message sent on Tuesday.
Dear Friends and Neighbors, Tonight as we are getting ready to rest for the night or to take on a night shift, I want to let everyone know that we are working day and night to ensure all New Yorkers receive the help they need during these trying days.
In response to safety and health concerns related to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, Senator Brad Hoylman will introduce new legislation.
If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19, follow the steps below to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.