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Documents and interviews with current and former employees at Harlem’s Metropolitan Hospital show that workplace injuries have caused employees to miss thousands of work days over the past four years.
Home tests offer the convenience of knowing if you’re positive before you step outside, but PCR testing remains the best window for tracking how the coronavirus spreads through the community.
The revelation defies a pledge by city health officials in the early spring, when they said they would keep city-run testing sites open despite rollbacks at the federal level.
City doctors say that long COVID can be confusing and sometimes scary — but also that people don’t need to suffer in silence.
Nurse Sophia Labarbera-Limone has caught the coronavirus multiple times and has had one dose of mRNA vaccine. But she refused to take a full course of shots due to a documented allergy and was fired by NYC Health + Hospitals.
As the city sunsets its large-scale COVID-19 outreach efforts, contact tracers reflect on two years of knocking doors.
But expected cuts to funding for the health system could spell trouble down the road.
The program aims to help New Yorkers manage their chronic diseases through lifestyle changes.
Keeping hospitals from getting overwhelmed as the pandemic rolls into its third year is a key factor in preventing another lockdown.
NewYork-Presbyterian became the first hospital system in the state to require COVID-19 shots for employees. Local unions are not pleased.
The city and the state are both experiencing obstacles as they ramp up their contact tracing programs.
The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation announced it would
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