Just eight percent of the complex’s residents — the property is home to more than 15,300 apartments — have been vaccinated thus far, city data show.
A woman died during a power outage in Co-Op City Friday when her portable oxygen tank ran out as she climbed the stairs to the 19th floor, authorities said.
Because many recently deceased Americans were not tested for the virus, the official number of coronavirus deaths is likely a substantial undercount, experts believe.
The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan, argues that Amazon’s actions violated New York labor, whistleblower protection, and anti-retaliation laws.
New York City’s transit system exposes riders to more inhaled pollutants than any other subway system in the Northeaster, according to a new study from NYU.
The filing names two Rikers Island prisoners, Charles Holden and Alberto Frias, who fear the unsafe conditions in DOC custody.
New Yorkers with a range of pre-existing health issues will be eligible to receive the coveted COVID-19 vaccine beginning Feb. 15, officials announced this week.
The president signed an executive order Thursday restoring access to Obamacare and Medicaid for scores of struggling Americans, stating he was undoing “the damage” caused by President Trump.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city will exhaust its current supply of COVID-19 vaccine within two weeks, amid a disastrous federal rollout of the widely awaited shots.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea – the leader of America’s largest police force – has tested positive for COVID-19, the agency said.