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    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York reported its lowest five-day average in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, even as the state is delaying some of its reopening to prevent further spread of the virus.Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that indoor dining will not resume when New York City enters Phase 3 on July 6, citing other states that have seen increases when social distancing and mask protocols were not followed.New York City...
    New York City may test the vast amount of sewage its residents produce for coronavirus in an effort to better understand the pandemic. According to The Wall Street Journal, workers at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection have figured out a process to detect the genetic material of the disease in wastewater. Analyzing the sewage “could be a quick way to get ahead of outbreaks before people start showing up in emergency rooms,” Vincent Sapienza, commissioner of the...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Is the Big Apple prepared for a second wave of coronavirus? Did we learn anything from a lack of personal protective equipment the first time around? When the COVID-19 pandemic slammed New York City in March, the lack of PPE was glaringly obvious. Healthcare workers flooded the streets, protesting the lack of supplies and begging Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio for help. MORE: MTA Rolls Out PPE Vending Machines In NYC Subway System CBS2’s...
    JERSEY CITY, New Jersey (WABC) -- Jersey City has become the first city in the country to implement body temperature scans and mask recognition technology at all municipal buildings.Mayor Steven Fulop unveiled the state-of-the-art body scanners and mask recognition technology on Wednesday afternoon.Anyone planning to go inside municipal buildings, fire and police stations and the housing authority office will be subject to the screening.Officials hope the technology will help with the safe return of the citys full workforce and will...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York reported its lowest five-day average in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, even as the state is delaying some of its reopening to prevent further spread of the virus.Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that indoor dining will not resume when New York City enters Phase 3 on July 6, citing other states that have seen increases when social distancing and mask protocols were not followed.New York City...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York reported its lowest five-day average in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, even as the state is delaying some of its reopening to prevent further spread of the virus.Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that indoor dining will not resume when New York City enters Phase 3 on July 6, citing other states that have seen increases when social distancing and mask protocols were not followed.New York City...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York reported its lowest five-day average in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, even as the state is delaying some of its reopening to prevent further spread of the virus.Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that indoor dining will not resume when New York City enters Phase 3 on July 6, citing other states that have seen increases when social distancing and mask protocols were not followed.New York City...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York reported its lowest five-day average in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, even as the state is delaying some of its reopening to prevent further spread of the virus.Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that indoor dining will not resume when New York City enters Phase 3 on July 6, citing other states that have seen increases when social distancing and mask protocols were not followed.New York City...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that indoor dining wont be allowed to resume when New York City reaches Phase 3 of reopening next week. It will be delayed until the facts change and it is prudent to open, he said. This is a New York City-only modification because frankly, its a problem that is most pronounced in New York City, he said. He said New York state is doing great in terms of coronavirus numbers, but he feels...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Indoor dining will be postponed in New York City to prevent a spike in novel coronavirus infections, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday. Initially, indoor dining was scheduled to return on July 6 as a part of New York state’s Phase 3 reopening plan but was scrapped due to multiple states linking alarming jumps in new cases to gatherings at...
    New York City Mayor Bill de BlasioBill de BlasioOcasio-Cortez dismisses proposed B cut: Defunding police means defunding police  Protesters, police clash in New York ahead of vote to slash NYPD budget The Hills Morning Report - Officials crack down as COVID-19 cases soar MORE (D) announced Wednesday that the city would halt plans to allow indoor dining to resume at restaurants across the city as numerous U.S. states have reported surging numbers of coronavirus cases. NBC 4 reported that de...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City indoor dining is delayed as the city enters Phase 3 on Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.The decision to delay indoor dining was made in conjunction with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who will elaborate at his own news conference later this morning.EMBED More News Videos Raw Video: Declaring It is not the time to go ahead with indoor dining, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio puts the brakes on one part of the citys...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City indoor dining is delayed as the city enters Phase 3 on Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.The decision to delay indoor dining was made in conjunction with Gov. Cuomo, who will elaborate at his own news conference later this morning.Spring training begins for the Mets and Yankees as they officially head back to work in for the 2020 season.All players and coaches must pass their COVID-19 tests before they can take the...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- New York City is planning to open 15 pools across the boroughs by August.Mayor Bill de Blasio says 3 pools will open on July 24. Another 12 will open on August 1.The budget allocates for $5.3 million to hire 716 positions; $3.6 million for pool staff; $1.7 million for staff for pools and sprinklers and water fountains.Pools will open in the following neighborhoods:July 24-Bronx: Mullaly-Manhattan: Wagner-Queens: LibertyAugust 1-Bronx: Crotona, Haffen-Brooklyn: Sunset, Betsy Head, K-Poo-Manhattan: Hamilton...
    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) speaks at a press conference about COVID-19.Michael Brochstein | Barcroft Media | Getty Images New York City will not allow indoor dining to resume next week as originally scheduled due to growing coronavirus outbreaks in other parts of the country, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday.  We see a lot of problems and we particularly see problems revolving around people going back to bars and restaurants indoors. Indoors is the problem...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Despite improving coronavirus data in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday that indoor dining would not resume Monday as scheduled when the city enters Phase 3 of reopening.The decision was not unexpected, as both the mayor and Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke of the possible pause earlier this week.Indoors is the problem, de Blasio said.Instead, the mayor said the city would double down on outdoor dining for restaurants, 6,600 of which have already...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Mets and Yankees are officially heading back to work in New York City Wednesday for the 2020 season.All players and coaches must pass their COVID-19 tests before they can take the field. The first official workout is set for Friday.Meanwhile, New York City beaches have officially reopened for swimming Wednesday.New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have doubled the number of states for incoming travelers to undertake a 14-day quarantine from eight to 16.NEW YORK CITYThe...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Mets and Yankees are officially heading back to work in New York City Wednesday for the 2020 season.All players and coaches must pass their COVID-19 tests before they can take the field. The first official workout for the 2020 season is set for Friday.Meanwhile, New York City beaches have officially reopened for swimming Wednesday.New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have doubled the number of states for incoming travelers to undertake a 14-day quarantine from eight...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- New York City is planning to open 15 pools across the boroughs by Aug. 1.The news came as details about Mayor Bill de Blasios budget were released on Tuesday.The budget allocates for $5.3 million to hire 716 positions; $3.6 million for pool staff; $1.7 million for staff for pools and sprinklers and water fountains.Pools will open in the following neighborhoods:-Bronx: Crotona, Mullaly, Haffen-Brooklyn: Sunset, Betsy Head, K-Poo-Manhattan: Hamilton Fish, Jackie Robinson, Wagner, Marcus Garvey-Queens: Astoria,...
    NEW York Citys mayor Bill de Blasio has said he would cut $1 billion in funding from the New York Police Department for 2021. The cuts were described as not going far enough by some activists, and come in the face of calls to defund the police, as well as a $9 billion revenue shortfall for the city, due to the coronavirus pandemic. 5 New York City Mayor Bill de BlasioCredit: Alamy Live News de Blasio had initially planned to...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Deaths in New York state were slightly up Monday, with 13 new fatalities reported.Of the 52,025 tests conducted, 524, or 1 percent, were positive.New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have doubled the number of states for incoming travelers to undertake a 14-day quarantine.The states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah.New York City beaches are set to reopen for swimming Wednesday after a delay...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Deaths in New York state were slightly up Monday, with 13 new fatalities reported.Of the 52,025 tests conducted, 524, or 1 percent, were positive.New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have doubled the number of states for incoming travelers to undertake a 14-day quarantine.The states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah.New York City beaches are set to reopen for swimming Wednesday after a delay...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Deaths in New York state were slightly up Monday, with 13 new fatalities reported.Of the 52,025 tests conducted in New York yesterday, 524, or 1 percent, were positive.New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have doubled the number of states for incoming travelers to undertake a 14-day quarantine.The states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah.New York City beaches are set to reopen for swimming...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- New York City beaches will reopen for swimming Wednesday after a delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.That includes city-run beaches and those that are federally controlled.In New Jersey, the state now wants travelers from 16 states to quarantine, doubling the list.The states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, UtahGovernors Andrew Cuomo and Phil Murphy along with Mayor Bill de Blasio point out that indoor...
    VIDEO4:3804:38Former FDA chief Scott Gottlieb: We cant restart the economy until schools reopenSquawk Box About 25% of New York City-area residents have probably been infected with the coronavirus by now, former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC on Tuesday. Researchers at The Mount Sinai Health System in New York City published a study Monday, which suggested that 19.3% of people in the city have already been exposed to the virus through April 19.  Even if that...