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The city is averaging about 1,100 daily emergency department visits due to flu-like illness, which is double the number from late October.
The clinics have fielded 25,000 appointments for long COVID and primary care since opening in early 2022 — a small fraction of the New Yorkers potentially dealing with the condition.
The New York State health department says it doesn’t release public data on pediatric hospital capacity, leaving parents less informed about their options as RSV, the flu and COVID-19 thrive.
The move comes as the team has been embroiled in off-the-court controversy.
Medgar Evers College Preparatory School in Crown Heights serves as an extreme example of the pandemic-era challenges facing students and educators.
Dr. Ashwin Vasan said his symptoms are mild and he is isolating at home.
While some are calling this moment a ‘tripledemic,’ RSV stands out from COVID-19 and the flu when it comes to its symptoms, its prevention, and its treatment.
...and how to still score some tests for free.
Only 7-8% of the eligible population have gotten the new bivalent boosters, one of many signs that New Yorkers might be downplaying a disease that's still killing hundreds each month.
An NYPD detective’s petition alleges the mandate violates New York’s laws around voluntary informed consent. Justices meet Friday to discuss the case.