At Elmhurst and hospitals around the country, nurses, doctors and other health care workers are reckoning with the psychological toll of the virus fight, coupled with fears that the disease could flare anew later this year.
Catholic Charities of New York is giving back to one of the communities hardest-hit by COVID-19, handing out nearly 5,000 bags of food to needy families in Elmhurst, Queens.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit especially hard in a few poorer New York City neighborhoods where telecommuting isn’t an option for many workers and there are more likely to be many people living under one roof.
Health professionals from across the country are now heading to New York City to join the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Among them is a nurse from Minnesota.
New York City is setting up temporary morgues and deploying refrigerated trucks outside of hospitals for the surge of coronavirus deaths overwhelm the city morgues.
As coronavirus cases in New York City topped 30,000, President Donald Trump said he would issue a travel advisory urging people in the region to avoid traveling out of the area for 14 days. Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday he worried the advisory would keep some families apart.
Hospitals in New York City are being pushed to the brink in the fight to save lives from coronavirus.
A man approached the 29-year-old victim while she was pushing her 10-month old child and tried to take the stroller.
Police in New York are looking for a Queens mother and her 6-year-old daughter what have not been seen for several days.