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Massive field hospital for coronavirus patients going up in Central Park
An evangelical Christian relief organization on Sunday began setting up a massive field hospital in Central Park to help New York City cope with the crush of patients sickened by the deadly coronavirus. Samaritan's Purse &8212; which is led by Franklin Graham, son of the late televangelist Billy Graham ...
14 minutes ago
New York Post
Massive field hospital for coronavirus patients going up in Central Park
Queens DA Melinda Katz has tested positive for coronavirus
Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz has tested positive for the coronavirus, her office confirmed on Sunday. Katz, 54, learned on March 21 or 22 that she had been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and got tested. Her results came back on Saturday, spokeswoman Kim Livingston told The Post. The former ...
20 minutes ago
New York Post
Queens DA Melinda Katz has tested positive for coronavirus
"Thousands of People Will Pass Away," Cuomo Warns: Live Updates
New York State recorded the largest one-day jump in coronavirus deaths as Mayor de Blasio said the city had a week's worth of medical supplies.
22 minutes ago
New York Times
"Thousands of People Will Pass Away," Cuomo Warns: Live Updates
Tom Brady reliving Patriots glory in coronavirus quarantine
Tom Brady may no longer be a Patriot, but that doesn't mean the four-time Super Bowl MVP isn't reminiscing about his 20 years in New England. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers" new starting quarterback spent his Sunday, likely self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic, watching the Patriots" legendary comeback ...
33 minutes ago
New York Post
Tom Brady reliving Patriots glory in coronavirus quarantine
900 NYPD members will be positive for coronavirus by Monday, commissioner says
The number of confirmed NYPD coronavirus cases is expected to spike Monday morning to around 900, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said Sunday – as he revealed that more and more cops continue to call out sick. That's a jump of 300 cases since Saturday. "We know that those numbers are going to continually ...
36 minutes ago
New York Post
900 NYPD members will be positive for coronavirus by Monday, commissioner says
Custody battle between Meghan King Edmonds and Jim Edmonds rages on despite coronavirus
Not even coronavirus can stop a custody battle.
43 minutes ago
New York Post
Custody battle between Meghan King Edmonds and Jim Edmonds rages on despite coronavirus
Country singer Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus complications
NEW YORK " Country singer Joe Diffie, who had a string of hits in the 1990s with chart-topping ballads and honky-tonk singles like "Home" and "Pickup Man," has died after testing positive for COVID-19. He was 61. Diffie on Friday announced he had contracted the coronavirus, becoming the first country ...
46 minutes ago
New York Post
Country singer Joe Diffie dies of coronavirus complications
Coronavirus Update: Cuomo Says Program Calling For Non-Essential Workers To Stay Home Is Extended Through Apr. 15
Current projections show New York City will hit the height of its coronavirus cases first, followed by Long Island and Westchester, and then upstate. 
52 minutes ago
CBS New York
Coronavirus Update: Cuomo Says Program Calling For Non-Essential Workers To Stay Home Is Extended Through Apr. 15
Coronavirus Update: De Blasio Says NYC Has Enough Medical Supplies To Get Through Next Week, Except For Ventilators
"We're gonna need at least several hundred more ventilators very quickly, but we have otherwise the supplies to get to next Sunday," de Blasio said.
53 minutes ago
CBS New York
Coronavirus Update: De Blasio Says NYC Has Enough Medical Supplies To Get Through Next Week, Except For Ventilators
Coronavirus Update: Suffolk County Exec Bellone Thanks First Responders, Gives Update On Cases
The Stony Brook site is one of six drive-through testing facilities established by Gov. Andrew Cuomo throughout the state as part of ongoing COVID-19 response efforts.
55 minutes ago
CBS New York
Coronavirus Update: Suffolk County Exec Bellone Thanks First Responders, Gives Update On Cases
Teachers? Herculean Task: Moving 1.1 Million Children to Online School
New York City's 75,000 public school educators are facing a challenge unlike anything in their careers. For students to avoid permanent setbacks, the success of remote learning is critical.
1 hour ago
New York Times
Teachers? Herculean Task: Moving 1.1 Million Children to Online School
What Sept. 11 Taught Us About Confronting Catastrophe
Unused emergency gurneys, a defining image from 9/11, have much to tell us today, when there isn't a bed to spare. A veteran E.R. nurse explains.
2 hours ago
New York Times
What Sept. 11 Taught Us About Confronting Catastrophe
New York Weather: 3/29 CBS2 Evening Weather Headlines
We'll have some light rain tonight but not the potent downpours many spots saw last night. Overall another bleak night with fog, drizzle, spotty showers, and temps holding pretty steady.
2 hours ago
CBS New York
New York Weather: 3/29 CBS2 Evening Weather Headlines
Remembering Maria Mercader, CBS News Journalist For Three Decades
CBS News is mourning the loss of Maria Mercader, a network veteran who covered breaking news for nearly three decades and, most recently, helped shape strategy for the network's correspondents and reporters.
4 hours ago
CBS New York
Remembering Maria Mercader, CBS News Journalist For Three Decades
Coronavirus Update: Rhode Island Repeals Executive Order Stopping New Yorkers At The Border, Cuomo Says
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo's directive allowed state police to stop vehicles with New York license plates to collect information from drivers and passengers in an effort to slow the spread.
4 hours ago
CBS New York
Coronavirus Update: Rhode Island Repeals Executive Order Stopping New Yorkers At The Border, Cuomo Says
N.Y.C.'s 911 System Is Overwhelmed. "I"m Terrified," a Paramedic Says.
With coronavirus cases mounting, emergency workers are making life-or-death decisions about who goes to a hospital, and who is left behind.
21 hours ago
New York Times
N.Y.C.'s 911 System Is Overwhelmed. "I"m Terrified," a Paramedic Says.
He Had Coronavirus. Now He's Jobless and Afraid to Hug His Children.
Weeks after he became one of the first New Yorkers to test positive for the illness, a Queens man says his "nightmare isn't over."
24 hours ago
New York Times
He Had Coronavirus. Now He's Jobless and Afraid to Hug His Children.
Parents Work on the Front Lines. Where Do Their Children Go All Day?
An experimental program attempts to fill the void of shuttered public schools.
1 day ago
New York Times
Parents Work on the Front Lines. Where Do Their Children Go All Day?
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