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Transgender and gender-nonconforming patients can also face stigma and barriers to care.
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.
Advocates for the disabled and people with heightened vulnerability to COVID say Gov. Kathy Hochul’s decision to drop the mask mandate on public transit was based on politics.
The Democratic governor had been able to bypass normal contracting procedures under an executive order.
Some New Yorkers and Jerseyans are fighting charges of hundreds of dollars for tests they thought would be free.
The first of two COVID emergency orders expires on Monday. The Democratic governor hasn’t said whether she will extend them again.
Here's your guide to finding the updated COVID-19 boosters and what they mean for your body’s protection against the coronavirus.
New York is lifting one of the region’s last surviving mask mandates, the governor announced on Wednesday.
Students and teachers shared a mix of excitement and trepidation as they return to school with relaxed pandemic guidelines.
Here’s what families should know about the changes in COVID-19 protocols during the third school year under the pandemic.