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The state health department is no longer requiring schools to report cases, but a health expert worries the closure of the COVID-19 Report Card is coming at an inopportune time.
In the first half of 2022, New Yorkers visited food pantries and soup kitchens about 3.5 million times per month, on average, according to the food rescue organization City Harvest.
The mayor announced Monday that the city would abandon announcements of the transmission metric, even though the CDC wants leaders to base mask guidance off it.
The offshoot germ rose to become the most common version of the coronavirus in less than five months.
A WNYC/Gothamist analysis of NYC health data shows severe COVID cases are further saturating in areas with low vaccination rates even as the pandemic abates.
A year into the epidemic, basic numbers on COVID-19 remain unretrievable.
Traffic patterns on the Port Authority and Metropolitan Transportation Authority bridges and tunnels around the city give us a sense of how NYC is gradually recovering from COVID-19.
If the public doesn't know who is unvaccinated, hospitals and outreach groups can't work to reach those who've missed out.
Many people have suggested that high COVID-19 rates are linked to political preference. So Jake Dobkin dug into the data.