New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said nonessential businesses must remain closed and that gatherings will be banned until April 15 as the death toll from the new coronavirus surged over the weekend.
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Calls just after 3 a.m. reported the fire on a northbound 2 train at the 110th Street subway station at Lenox Avenue in Harlem.
New York schools will remain closed until at least April 15 as the state’s coronavirus outbreak continues to grow, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
After having their doors shut because of the novel coronavirus, restaurants and bars in New York state now have the opportunity to sell boozy drinks for delivery and takeout. But how do you prepare a cocktail to go?
Manhattan’s crowds have disappeared, leaving shuttered businesses, an empty rush hour and only the sounds of HVAC systems audible on quiet streets.
The number of novel coronavirus-related deaths in New York increased by 35% to 385 on Thursday, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned that the toll would worsen and that hospitals were being overrun.
The number of people applying for unemployment benefits in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut skyrocketed in the week ended March 21.
With novel coronavirus raging, administrators and teachers nationwide are rushing to find alternative ways to deliver lessons to students.
The coronavirus emergency in New York City has led to a blitz of inspections by police officers to crack down on socializing and dining out.
Broadway has put its biggest night on hold: The 74th annual Tony Awards ceremony, scheduled for June 7, will be postponed.
Camp leaders say they hope they can operate and will follow the guidance of state and local health authorities as rules may change rapidly.