As much as $1.6 million worth of personal protective equipment was damaged so badly it had to be tossed during the Coronavirus pandemic after being stored improperly for months outside a state-operated nursing home in Queens, a new probe by the state inspector general found. The probe was launched in the summer of 2021 in […]
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 Department of Health and Mental Hygiene intends to use Target, Amazon and Walgreens gift cards to boost community engagement.
Josefa Bonet of Manhattan’s Riis Houses had four times the normal level of arsenic in her system when she died.
New data from the city health department points to disparities in race and gender that may stem from preexisting conditions and access to care.
As tickets mount, many vendors feel like they’re being punished by the Adams administration for not having a permit even as they have no way to get a permit.
Seeking more vaccines and data, the caucus plans on Thursday to introduce a legislative package aimed at better addressing the city’s monkeypox outbreak.
Your guide to all things monkeypox — now a “public health emergency” in the city — from symptoms to where to get vaccinated.
Mayor Bill de Blasio promised “more and more” COVID testing sites Sunday as spread of the Omicron variant fueled demand and spotlighted the city’s pre-surge closing of 20 brick-and-mortar testing centers. Eight additional fixed-location testing centers — three of them in Brooklyn — are slated to be up and running by Tuesday, pushing the number […]