Public health

The former Alaska governor was out at Campagnola Tuesday and Elio's (again) on Wednesday. On Monday it was revealed she has Covid-19
Bruce Blakeman is telling schools and businesses to ignore the mandate, but Gov. Kathy Hochul says he doesn't have the authority.
The board called on the city’s department of health to ramp up anti-racism efforts.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving can't play professional basketball in New York City unless he takes a COVID-19 vaccine, but unvaccinated traveling opponents are permitted to do so.
The expanded policy comes less than a week after Mayor Bill de Blasio implemented the measure for the city's 42,000 public health workers.
The city is investing $4 million to boost enrollment in mental health clubhouses.
An NYC Comptroller's audit found 5,700 water fixtures had high lead levels in 2018 and 2019. More than half weren't remedied after three months.
Now entering its seventh year, the Jacobi program known as Stand Up to Violence is the first of its kind in the state to use a hospital-based approach to treating gun violence.
The sites at Grand Central Terminal and Penn Station will be extended through June 26th.
At least 14 unions representing actors, musicians, stagehands and other Broadway workers are still negotiating with producers over safety precautions.
A federal ban on tobacco could avert 633,000 deaths, a third among African Americans. Critics say it could increase policing in communities of color.
As vaccine disparities persist in New Jersey, a new report pins down exactly why some people aren’t signing up for the shot and how to address those concerns.
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