City officials monitor our sewage systems for COVID genetic material. How should you interpret the data coming from the five borough’s poop? Here’s your guide.
Can you still get Paxlovid for free? Where did all the COVID testing sites go? And how do you get the new vaccine?
The newest shot is not a booster, and it’s available at pharmacies at no cost. Here’s how to make your appointment for a jab.
Dr. Steven Thrasher — curator of the Viruses on Film series screening at BAM through Thursday — talks about the experience of people coming together to watch movies about something that’s everywhere but can’t be seen. Subscribe to FAQ NYC on Apple, Spotify, or pretty much everywhere podcasts are found.
There are care clinics for long COVID, local support groups, and ideas from those living with this illness. Here’s what you should know if you’re trying to navigate chronic symptoms in New York City.
The program involved pulling students out of class, sometimes for up to 30 minutes — but the majority of students did not consent to testing, which left some children getting swabbed repeatedly.
New York City’s Class of 2022 returned to school full time after two disrupted years. Four graduating high school seniors told us about how they’ve persevered.
Economic leaders are grappling toward breakthrough ideas for how to reboot the city for a post-pandemic world. An Adams-Hochul panel promises concrete plans by October.
With contact tracing phasing out, “Test & Trace” stages test prep for the next wave.
City social service agency imposes limits on orders of fruits and vegetables under federally funded P-FRED initiative. “We didn’t hear anything,” says one volunteer.