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Gathering of local community to help India’s COVID crisisThe COVID crisis continues to spiral out of control in India. With more than 350,000 new cases a day, the country is on track to experience more than one million deaths by mid-summer. Reports by Carolyn Gusoff of CBSN New York.
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COVID vaccine pop-ups will target commutersOfficials are preparing to target a new group of people: commuters. It comes as vaccination rates in New York City are dropping. John Dias reports from CBS2.
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Broadway shows begin to announce reopening datesCBS2’s Dana Tyler has the story.
Former New York Police Commissioner Bratton expresses concern over city’s approach to violent crimeCBS2’s Marcia Kramer has the story.
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As more people get vaccinated, some wonder when mask wear can end indoorsCOVID-19 vaccination continues to rise, and the Centers for Disease Control is relaxing some of its guidelines on wearing masks outdoors. What are people asking, when can we stop wearing masks indoors? Reports by Dr Max Gomez.
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Local organizations mobilize to fight India’s COVID crisisThe COVID crisis continues to spiral out of control in India. With more than 350,000 new cases a day, the country is on track to experience more than one million deaths by midsummer.
Newark pilot program gives $ 500 in cash to low-income residents with no strings attachedNew Jersey’s largest city fights poverty with money. A recently launched pilot program in Newark distributes thousands of dollars to low-income residents to spend as they see fit. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
Homelessness chief Steven Banks defends agency’s efforts to get people off the streetsMayor Bill de Blasio’s pointer to the city’s homeless services on Monday defended the agency’s work in trying to get vulnerable people off the streets. He also singled out the state, which the governor continues to criticize. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.
FDA approves Pfizer’s COVID vaccine for teensThe Food and Drug Administration has approved the Pfizer COVID vaccine for children ages 12 to 15.
Reflection on the AIDS epidemic with GMHC leadersThree people attending AIDS Walk met CBS2’s Dave Carlin at Christopher Park across from the historic Stonewall Inn. They discussed HIV then and now, stigma and progress with Dave Carlin from CBS 2.
New York City Libraries reopeningMore progress on the road to reopening as Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York’s public libraries are back.