Coronavirus

President Donald Trump, with Abbott’s ID NOW rapid COVID-19 tests.
What we know about the 400,000 15-minute tests New York is sending to schools, hospitals and local governments.
The results from New York City's testing initiative at schools suggests young children are less susceptible to contracting and transmitting COVID-19.
New York City tested a significant portion of its students and teachers in early October. Out of 10,676 tests only 18 were positive.
A coronavirus vaccine will likely receive emergency approval from the federal government sometime in the next month or two.
Here is what we know about the state plans for a coronavirus vaccine
Heshy Tischler
Rounding up the week’s political news.
A student at One World Middle School in the Bronx.
Remote attendance data was released for the first time.
Members of the Orthodox community protesting Governor Cuomo's new coronavirus regulations.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
Governor Cuomo during a coronavirus update in Albany on October 6th.
Despite objections, new orders may avoid one freedom of religion issue that plagued earlier restrictions on such gatherings.
Protest organizer Harold “Heshy” Tischler.
What you need to know about the organizer behind Wednesday night’s protests in Borough Park.
Coronavirus cases are spiking in the Jewish Orthodox communities in New York City.
Public health experts said it should rely on trusted community leaders and avoid shaming to combat coronavirus misinformation.
Governor Cuomo and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio have disagreed a lot throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest episode in their personal rivalry reflects competing ideas about how the coronavirus spreads.
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