Mayor de Blasio And School Chancellor Porter Announce Historic Return To School For All NYC Students

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter announced a full return to in-person learning for all New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) students, teachers, and staff members beginning September 13, 2021. Continue Reading →

Kids Who Lost A Parent From COVID-19 Need Support Services For Long-Term Wellness

Consumer Affairs reports that in a new study conducted by researchers from Penn State explored the long-term impacts associated with children from Harlem to Hollywood who lost parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading →

CDC Lauds Seniors For Getting Their Vaccinations But Says Others Aren’t Being Smart

According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens — who are the most vulnerable to COVID-19 — are leading the way in vaccinations from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →

CDC Awards $100+ M To Expand NY’s COVID-19 Vaccine Programs And NYC Receives Additional $81+ M

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has awarded New York $100,449,264 to support local efforts to increase vaccine uptake by expanding COVID-19 vaccine programs. Continue Reading →


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