New York City has sold $200 million worth of COVID-era PPE purchases for just $500,000.
Beginning February 12, New Yorkers will no longer have to wear masks inside hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities.
The COVID-19 public health emergency is set to end on May 11, meaning that several pandemic-era health policies you might use are in for some changes.
New York City will make COVID-19 vaccinations for city employees optional starting next week.
Many Americans will see changes to their insurance and other measures once the emergency comes to an end.
President Joe Biden informed Congress that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11, as most of the world has returned closer to normalcy nearly three years after they were first declared.
Three years ago, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 -- and the virus still remains a global health emergency.
The decision made Friday will likely not be released or revealed until Monday.
The proposal comes as boosters have become a hard sell.
A member of the FDA Vaccine Advisory Committee says it is time to rethink COVID-19 booster shot recommendations.
The district introduced the mask mandate just over a week ago in response to the so-called "tripledemic" of rising cases of COVID-19, RSV, and influenza.
The Centers for Disease Control says that a preliminary COVID-19 vaccine "safety signal" has been identified and is investigating whether the Bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine creates an increased risk of ischemic stroke in people 65 and older.
New York City health officials warn that the latest Omicron subvariant that is making up the majority of COVID-19 cases may be more likely to infect people who have been vaccinated than previous variants.
The MTA says the bathrooms have been recently updated with new features like fresh paint and motion-activated toilets.
The Pentagon has formally dropped its COVID-19 vaccination mandate, but a new memo signed by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin also gives commanders some discretion in how or whether to deploy troops who are not vaccinated.
Beginning Tuesday, students and staff in Paterson must wear masks indoors, along with students in the Passaic School District, which reinstated the policy before winter vacation.
A new, 'more transmissible' variant of Omicron, known as XBB.1.5 is rapidly spreading, with experts worried that it could create a surge of breakthrough infections and re-infections.
Atlantic City's casinos are betting they can finally put the COVID pandemic behind them in 2023. Some casino executives are optimistic about the new year, while others note that economic challenges are likely to remain in the New Jersey resort town.
Other countries have taken similar steps in an effort to keep infections from spreading beyond China’s borders.
Now, from Beijing to Jerusalem to Hyderabad, India, and Perth, Australia, The Associated Press has found that authorities used these technologies and data to halt travel for activists and ordinary people, harass marginalized communities and link people’s health information to other surveillance and law enforcement tools.